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Coronation Street looking towards south west and Panton Brewery 1964.

8 Coronation Street

History of 8 Coronation Street


Charles J Jaggard, 40, coachman, b Cambs

Fanny, 32, b Cambs

Charles, 8, b Cambridge

Dora M, 3, b Cambridge


Susannah Frances Albertha Philpott, 42, widow, parish relief, b Suffolk

Jack William Noel Philpott, 8, b Newmarket

Stella May, 5, b Cambridge

George Edward, 3, b Cambridge

Thomas Mark, 1, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Elizabeth Norman, lodger, 56, dressmaker, b Fulbourn


Charles Pammenter, motor driver


A B Charles Pammenter, a motor bus driver, died of dysentery while a prisoner of war 1.8.1918


Harold Wilcock


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