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7 – 8 George IV Street

History of 7 - 8 George IV Street

1901 (with rooms over shop)

(7) Alexander J Clark, 25, assistant school master,  b Cambridge

Arthur J Creek, nephew, 1, b Cambridge

(8) Charles David D Creek, 32, baker and grocer, b Cambridge

Ellen Elizabeth, 26, b Cambridge

Wilfrid Charles, 2, b Cambridge

Gertrude Alice Clark, 22, barmaid, b Cambridge

Elizabeth M Bateman, boarder, 28, widow, foreman steam laundry, b Gloucs

1911 (7-8)

Charles David James Creek, 42, baker, b Cambridge

Ellen Elizabeth, 36, b London

Charles Wilfrid, 12,  b Cambridge

Arthur James, 11, b Cambridge

Jack Neville, 9, b Cambridge

Helen Joyce, 6, b Cambridge


(7 – 8) Charles D Creek, baker and grocer


(7 – 8) Rd J Lavis, shopkeeper


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