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8 Bentinck Street

History of 8 Bentinck Street

1901:

Sarah Elizabeth Hopkins, 82, living on own means, b Norfolk, paralysed

John Sebert Clarke, nephew, 35, press artist,  b Cambridge

Mabel E M Clarke, great niece, 27, housekeeper, b Norfolk

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1911:

Eliza Sarah Stearn, 54, college bedmaker, b Cambridge

Maud Honor Cutting, step daughter, 23, b Cambridge

Herbert Hudson, boarder, 22, railway clerk, b Northants

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1913:

Charles Stearn, college servant

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1939:

Joseph E Swann, b 1912, college caretaker (Cambs 13 VAD BR CS)

Dorothy F, b 1912

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1962:

Joseph Swann

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