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85 (43) (48 & 47) Mill Road

History of 85 Mill Road

In 1882 number 47 was converted into the entrance way to Sturton Town Hall. Number 48 was renumbered 43 and later became offices and stores for the Kinema.

Read more about Sturton Town Hall and the Kinema.


1861 (48 & 47)

(47) Richard Southell, 22, engine smith, b Hunts
(48) John Legge, 50, foundry labourer, b Cambridge

1871 (48 & 47)

(47) George Brooks, 32, railway engine driver, b Wisbech
(48) William Harper, 32, engine fitter railway, b Norfolk

1881 (48 & 47)

(47) Naomi Slater, 59, tobacconist, b Stapleford
(48) George Brooks, 41, railway engine driver, b Wisbech

1891 (43)

Mary Griffin, widow, 54, b Cambridge


Barber shop only / Salvation Army


H Cullum, picture frame maker and mount cutter


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