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Mill Road junction with Kingston Street (The White Swan) and Devonshire Road (Great Eastern Temperance Hotel)

112 Mill Road, Great Eastern Temperance Hotel (Beaconsfield Villa)

History of 112 Mill Road

UK Census:

1881: Beaconsfield Villa

Ann Parker, 78, income from house rents, b Long Stowe

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1891:

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1901:

Edward H Nuthall, 29, Temperance Hotel Manager, b Hants

Tina, 25,

Flora F, 3 mos, b Cambridge

Charles F Miles, 22, hotel assistant, b Cambs

Frank R Wall, boarder, 31, machinery ??, b Warwicks

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1911:

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1913: Great Eastern Temperance Hotel

Herbert Robinson, resident manager

Great Eastern Temperance Hotel (Devonshire Road side)

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1937:

Miss Violet Oliver, milliner

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1962:

Douglas Webb

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1970:

9112) –

(112a) Douglas Webb

 

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