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Robert Carpenter c 1895

89 (47) (45) Mill Road

History of 89 Mill Road

In 1882 Sturton Town Hall was built behind numbers 45 and 46. Later the ground floors of 87 and 89 were combined and became the Kinema Café and then City Bargains.

Read more about Sturton Town Hall and the Kinema.


1851 unnumbered

Robert Carpenter, 20, bootmaker

1861 (45)

Robert Carpenter, 29, cricketer

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

Thomas Hayward and Robert Carpenter, cricketers

1871 (45)

Robert Carpenter, 40, cricketer, b Cambridge

1881 (45)

Robert Carpenter, 50, professional cricketer, b Cambridge

1891 (47)

Robert Carpenter, 60, professional cricketer, b Cambridge


Robert Carpenter, 70, cricket umpire, b Cambridge

[Robert Carpenter died in 1901]


R Pyle, chimney sweep


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