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Steam Laundry Cottages c1950. No. 6 is closest to the camera which is looking north.

Laundry Cottages, Laundry Lane (4)

History of 4 Laundry Cottages


Isaac Read, 48, born Hants

Elizabeth, 46, laundress, born Surrey

Annie, 18, packer and sorter in laundry, born Surrey

Jessie Ann, 16, packer and sorter in laundry, born Surrey

Mary Elizabeth, 12, born Hants

May, 10, born Hants


Frederick E Coe, 27, waterworks stoker, born Cambridge

Ellen, 30, born Teversham

Ellen E, 6 mos, born Cherryhinton


(Laundry Cottages)

John King, 51, attendant Fulburn asylum, born Hunts.

Emily, 30, laundry maid steam laundry, born Beds.


William G Hogger, b 1883, shoeing and general smith

Ellie M, b 1921, school cleaner



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