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23 Panton Street

23 (9) Panton Street

History of 23 Panton Street

1881 (9)

Elizabeth ‘Bessie’ Jones, daughter of dentist John Jones. She died in 1904 at the age of 84. She had been deaf and blind from the age of two and a half. There is a memorial stained glass window to her in St Paul’s Church, Hills Road. She was living at 13 Lyndewode Road in 1901.

1901 (9)

Robert H Ingram, 76, teacher of music, b Cambridge

Perceval C H, 31, teacher of music, b Cambridge

Barbara M, 30, b Cambridge

Dorothy M, 20, b Cambridge

Florence M Burges, boarder, 23, dressmaker, b Herts

Margaret B Brown, boarder, 17, typist, b Cambridge

Sarah C Tod, 14, b Northants

Mary R Tod, boarder, 12,  b Northants

1911 (9)

Ernest Henderson, 32, grocer, b Cambs

Florence Alpha, 29, b Cambridge

Doreen Alpha, 6,  b Cambridge

Harold Ernest, 4 mos, b Cambridge

Hilda Kate Coleman, servant, 18, servant, b Cambridge


Ernest Henderson, grocer


S Ashman


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