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6 Coronation Street

History of 6 Coronation Street

1851: (6)

John Galley, 57, printer, b Norfolk

Elizabeth, 56, b Norfolk

Sarah Ann, 20, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Ellen, 17, b Cambridge

Margaret, 15, b Cambridge

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1871:

William W Butcher, 48, tailor, b Suffolk

[William Butcher gave evidence at the inquest into the death of Jessie Chauntler; he had seen Richard Miller harassing her in Tennis Court Road]

Mary, 51, b Littleport

Mary Ann, 14, b Suffolk

George Brown, 22, schoolmaster, b Derbyshire

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4/11/1930: In a quiet street in Cambridge, a very charming old lady celebrates her 100th birthday. She is Mrs Howes, widow of the late John Howes head of the bicycle firm in Regent Street. She comes of a long- lived family. She was born in Coronation Street. Her father, John Galley, a reader at the Pitt Press, lived to the age of 86 and her mother to 80. She has still living four sons and three daughters, 23 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Her memory is still good and she has vivid memories of her girlhood. She was present at the dinner on Parker’s Piece to celebrate Queen Victoria’s coronation, when her father was one of the carvers. (Cam Press)

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1901:

Elizabeth Hall

Mabel L Smith, visitor, 20, confectioners assistant, b Cambridge

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1911:

Elizabeth Hall, 75, private means, b Haslingfield

Jessie Cranfield, visitor, 18, school, b Cambridge

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1913:

Miss Hall

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1962:

George Cracknell

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