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16 Bentinck Street

History of 16 Bentinck Street


Frank John Ameer Beg born 8th July, son of Edward Ameer-Beg and Olive Matilda née Howse.

Edward M Ameer Beg was a butler, b 1863 in Whitby, Yorkshire

In 1891 the family were in Catherine Street, Chesterton. In 1881 Edward M A Beg had been a footman aged 19 at 7 Warwick Square, Westminster


Frederick Brinkley, 31, ironmongers clerk, b Suffolk

Kate, 30,  b Cambridge

Mabel, 6, b Cambridge


Arthur Boot, 35, railway clerk, b Cambridge


Arthur Boot, telegraph clerk


John Alston, b 1885, cleaner General Post Office (pensioner Royal Marines)

Lilian E, b 1883


Mrs H M Roberts


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