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7a George IV Street

History of 7a George IV Street

1901: (7a)

Mary Naylor, 32,  b Cambridge

Henry, 6, b Bristol

Mabel, 8, b Bristol

Madeline Bircham, boarder, 17, b Stanhoe

Constance Aldington, boarder, 18, b London

1911: (7a)

Mary Naylor, 42, lodging house keeper, b Cambridge

Mary Mabel, 17, milliner apprentice, b Bristol

Harry, 15, carpenter apprentice, b Bristol

Dorothy, 7, b Cambridge

William Major, boarder, 29, salesman, b Northants


(7a) Mrs Naylor


(7a) Walter Rt Warren


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