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9 – 10 George IV Street

History of 9-10 George IV Street

1901:

(9) Enos Philips, widower, 45, railway porter, b Gloucs

(10) Frederick Cave, 61, cabinet maker, b Norfolk

Harriet Ann, 61, b Norfolk

……….

1911:

(9) Mrs Chartolle [?] Clarke, 63, widow, invalid, b Cambridge

Walter G Clarke, son, 25, brewers bottler, b Cambridge

Emily Cooper, sister, 41, housekeeper, b Cambridge

(10) Frederick Cave, 71, cabinet maker, b Kings Lynn

………..

1913:

(9) Albert John Craske, painter

(10) Frederick Cave, cabinet maker and upholsterer

1962:

(9-10) Bernard Craske

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