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27 Coronation Street

History of 27 Coronation Street

1901:

Richard Squires, widower, 78, baker, b Foxton

Albert Squires, head, 30, b Cambridge

Harriet, wife, 34, b Cambridge

Richard, 14,  b Cambridge

Albert, 13, b Cambridge

Annie, 10, b Cambridge

James, 8, b Cambridge

Lily, 6, b Cambridge

Florence, 1.5,  b Cambridge

………..

1911: [although the names match 1901 above the ages strangely do not!]

Albert Squires, 49, baker and muffin maker, b Cambridge

Harriet, 50, assisting in business, b Cambridge

Richard, 22, railway contractors labourer, b Cambridge

Albert, 20, railway contractors labourer, b Cambridge

James, 19, gardener, b Cambridge

Lily, 17, laundry hand, b Cambridge

Florence, 12, b Cambridge

George, 8, b Cambridge

Mary, 6, b Cambridge

Harry, 4, b Cambridge

……….

1913:

Albert Edward Squires, muffin and crumpet maker

1962:

Albert Brown

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