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Coronation Buildings, Coronation Street

History of Coronation Buildings, Coronation Street

1901:

(1) William J Baker, 25, coachman, b Orwell

Louisa, 22, b Cherry Hinton

William J, 1,  b Cambridge

(2) vacant

(3) James R Harvey, 34, painter, b London

Agnes, 28, b Hunts

Albert E, 2, b Norfolk

Edith M, 3, b Norfolk

(4) Robert Howson, 47, groom. and gardener, b Hunts

Sophia, 55, b Cambs

Bertha, 15, apprentice dressmaker, b Hunts

William Hook, boarder, 18, railway engine cleaner, b Cambs

(5) Charles Castoll, 45, brewers labourer, b Cambs

Alice, 28, b Essex

Gertrude, 7, b Cambridge

Charles, 5, b Cambridge

Lilian, 2, b Cambridge

Arthur, 2 mos, b Cambridge

1911:

(1) Herbert Ingram Smith, 25, fish salesman, b Lincs

Beatrice, 26, b Surrey

Ruby May, 2, b Cambridge

(2) George Lord Scarr, 29, labourer GER, b Cherry Hinton

Hildreth Emily, 21, b Cambridge

Rosie Victoria, 2, b Cambridge

(3) Luke Frederick Heffer, 50, formerly retired victualler now out of occupation, b Exning

Priscilla, 48, jam factory hand, b Cottenham

Ernest Cyrus, 18, kitchen porter, b Slough

Thomas Reginald, 14, house boy, b Beds

(4) George Beach, traveller

Kate M Beach, 39, jam factory hand, b Cambridge

Charles W, 12, b cambridge

(5) –

1913:

  1. Herbert Smith, fishmonger
  2. George Scarr, labourer
  3. Ernest Heffer
  4. George Beach, warehouseman
  5. A Dellar

1962:

  1. Miss A Fairburn /Miss M Biden
  2. John E Graves
  3. Malcolm J Macleod
  4. Joseph P P Scanlon

 

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