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57 Coronation Street

History of 57 Coronation Street

1901:

William Reeves, 57, commercial porter, b Cambridge

Matilda, 57, b Cambridge

Edward, 22, telephone workman, b Cambridge

……….

1911:

Walter George Craske, 38, sanitary plumber, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 31, b Cambridge

Gladys Emily, 4, b Cambridge

Violet, 1, b Cambridge

Charles William, father, 75, widower, late coach smith too ill to work,   b Cambridge

Thomas Josiah, brother, 41, sanitary plumber, b Cambridge

1913:

Walter George Crask, plumber

1962:

Ronald W Witt

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