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102a Mill Road

History of 102 Mill Road

NB In the 20th century there were at times two sets of 102 and 102a Mill Road a block apart!


Ebenezer Nash, 43, draper, b Bucks

Eva, 40, b Bucks

Arthur S, 15, draper’s assistant, b Cambridge

Evelyn V D, 8, b Cambridge

Eva V, 3, b Cambridge



(102) Edith Nash, draper milliner and mantle maker

Arthur Samuel Nash


Miss Edith M Drake, draper


(102a) Miss E S Markwell, art needlework


(102) Karim’s grocers

Abdul Karim

He had previously lived at 19 Willis Road.

In 1972 he was living at 6 Devonshire Road.


(102a) Miss E S Markwell, art needlework



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