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30 Coronation Street

History of 30 Coronation Street

1901:

Thomas Blackwell

Rose

Rose

Violet

Bertie

Daisy, 5 mos, b Cambridge

Harry Wilson, widower, father in law, 60, painter

Albert Wilson, brother in law, 23, bricklayer

…………..

1911:

Thomas Blackwell, 42, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Rose, 41, b Cambridge

Rose Rebecca, 19, jam factory hand, b Cambridge

Violet Constance, 15, assist at home, b Cambridge

Bertie Henry, 13, b Cambridge

Thomas, 7, b Cambridge

Albert John, 4, b Cambridge

Herbert Walter, 1, b Cambridge

………….

1913:

Thomas Blackwell, plasterer’s labourer

1962:

Gerald Almrott

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