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31 Coronation Street

History of 31 Coronation Street


Harriet H Golding, 57, nurse, b. Orford, Suffolk

Owen Golding, 21, son, Railway Clearing House, b. Bury St. Edmunds

William Dakin, 20, boarder, Railway Clearing House, b. Staffordshire

Edwin Goodwin, 19, boarder, Railway Clearing House, b. Newton, Warwickshire

Benjamin Barnes, 16, boarder, Railway Clearing House, b. Wimborne, Devon

James Medcalf, 19, boarder, Railway Clearing House, b. Hertford, Hertfordshire

Robert J B Dunn, 27, Railway Carman, b. Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire

Eleanor M Dunn, 27, Railway Carman’s wife, b. Woodbridge, Suffolk

Harriet E Dunn, 5, scholar, b. Cambridge

Robert C Dunn, 3, scholar, b. Cambridge

Eleanor Dunn is the daughter of Harriet Golding.  In 1881 she and her family can be found living at 94 Sturton Street.


Joseph Hinkins, cab driver

Mary A

Sidney, 22, railway engine cleaner,  b Cambridge

Percy, 19, drapers assistant, b Cambridge

Dorothea, 9, b Cambridge


Joseph Hinkins, 63, post office mailman, b Melbourn

Mary, 60, b Cambs

Frances, 38, jam factory hand, b Cambs

Percy, 29, drapers assistant, b Cambridge

Winifred, 20, b Cambridge


Joseph Hinkins, cabdriver


Henry Hampshire


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