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17-18 Bateman Street

18 Bateman Street

History of 18 Bateman Street

1901:

Annie G Grant, widow, 70, living on own means, b India

Katherine E, 40, b Scotland

Jame McKillan, cook, 44, b Scotland

Gertrude Pollard, 15, housemaid, b London


1911:

James Robert Granville Exley, lodger, 32, principal teacher School of Arts and Craft, b Yorks

Ernest Ashton Taylor, head, 36, manual instructor, b London

Annie Louisa, 34, b Cambs

Constance Annie, 13, b Chesterton

John Edward Ashton, 11, b Cambridge


1913:

Arthur Saunders


1962:

Mrs Saunders

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