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15-17 George IV Street

16 George IV Street

History of 16 George IV Street


Frederick Baillieu, 65, clerk, b Bristol

Mary Ann, 64,

Elizabeth, 29, dressmaker

Mary V Stanmore, granddaughter, 7, b Ely

Charles Stanmore, grandson, 4, b Chelsea

The family were living at 10 Princes Street in 1871



Thomas Smith, 33, labourer, b Suffolk

Fannie, 27, b Suffolk

Alice Maud, 2,  b Cambridge

The family moved by 1911 to 5 Princes Street


Alice Matthews, 52, b Norfolk

William Cussans, boarder, 54, plasterer, b London

Susan Cussans, boarder, 83, old age pension,  b London

Laura Cox, niece, 23, dressmaker,  b Norfolk


Mrs Matthews


Miss Ellwood


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