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134 (29 Railway Cottages) Mill Road

History of 134 Mill Road

UK Census:

1881:

Railway Crossing

Edward Morrell, 68, railway signalman, b Essex

 

29 Railway Cottages:

Edmund P Blackett, head, 51 engine fitters fireman, b Essex

 

Ann Fountain, head, 59, b Essex

 

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1891:

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1901:

E H G Rigg, head, 27, b London

Rachel, 25, b Prickwillow

Doris E, 4, b Cambridge

Eliza Chapman, head, widow, 56, b Chesterton

Frances, 32, b Chesterton

Alice, 21, b Cambridge

Arthur, 18, b Cambridge

Edith, 16, b Cambridge

Harry, 15, b Cambridge

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1911:

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1913:

Mrs E Chapman

John Ruffnell, platelayer GER

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1937:

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1962:

(134)  Albert A Normans

(134)  Terence King

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1970:

(134) –

(134a) Kenneth Ashley

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