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123 - 131 Mill Road (Site of)

123 – 131 Mill Road

History of 129 Mill Road

1881: Carlton Cottage

Mark Cooper, 35, stonemason, b Ely

Harry, 8, b Cambridge

………..

1891:

(Mill Road):

Edward Covill, 40, railway signalman

Connaught House:

Ferdinand Rich, 43, railway clerk, b London

Carlton Cottage:

Walter Wright, 40, railway inspector, b Herts

Algeria House:

Henry Watson, 36, railway traffic inspector, b March

…………

1913:

(123)

John Jackson, GER servant

(125) Connaught House

James Driver, foreman platelayer GER

(129) Carlton Cottage

Walter Wright, railway inspector

(131) Algeria House

F Harradine, Inspector GER

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