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17 Bentinck Street

History of 17 Bentinck Street


Henry Impy, 56, gardener’s foreman, b Foxton

Mary Ann, 53, b Foxton


William Digby Moore, 50, collector for steam laundry, b Essex

Emily, 47, b Devon

Mabel Sarah, 18, clerk in laundry office, b Southsea

Charles Edward, 15, baker errand boy, b Eastbourne

Roy Digby, 10, school choir boy,  b Eastbourne


William Moore, collector


Cecil L C Coleman, b 1912, railway good porter trained as signalman and shunter

Leila M, b 1911


Baby girl Coleman, b 1939


Albert Sherman


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