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Emmanuel College

3 George IV Street

History of 3 George IV Street

1901:

William Ransom, 50, bricklayer

Harriet, 43, college servant

Mary Ann Seymour, mother in law, widow, 74, retired college servant, b Cambridge

Arthur Bennett, boarder, 24, carpenter, b Sussex

……….

1911:

William Ransom, 58, labourer bricklayer, b Gt Shelford

Harriett, 52, Emmanuel College servant, b London

Charles Carrington, boarder, 32, carpenter, b London

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1913:

William Ransom

1962: –

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