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

Steam Laundry (1), Laundry Lane

History of 1 Steam Laundry Cottage

1891

Margaret Daniels, widow, 53, living on own means, born Scotland

1901

Frederick Bowles

Mary A

Dorothy

Frederick

Redvers

Pretoria May

1911

Frederick Bowles, 40, coal carman, born Fulbourn

Mary Ann, 38, born Cambs.

Dorothy, 13, born Cherryhinton

Frederick George, 12, born Cherryhinton

Redvers, 10, born Cherryhinton

Pretoria May, 10, born Cherryhinton

1939

Cecilia D Arnold, b 1891, incapacitated

Ada M Rayner, b 1913, factory worker glass washing department

Gladys Arnold, b 1917, packer and sorter laundry

Gertrude Arnold, b 1919, packer and sorter laundry

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John F Arnold, b 1930

Jean F Abbs, b 1934

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