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8a George IV Street

History of 8a George IV Street

1901: (8a)

Florence Cooper, 35, b Newmarket

Maggie, 13, b Newmarket

Annie, 11, b Newmarket

Stella, 9, b Newmarket

James Bateman, lodger, 3,

Harriet Johns, lodger, widow, 82, b Royston

Alfred Boyd, lodger, 18, b Norfolk


William E Fisher, 45, house painter and decorator, b Cambridge

Mary E, 43, b Cambs

John Desmond, 19, student science, b Cambridge

Mary Margaret, 8, b Cambridge

Laurence Anthony, 5, b Cambridge

Frank Watson, nephew, 17, apprentice motor cycle works, b Cambs


(8a) William Fisher, painter and decorator


(8a) Harold Clark


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