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28 Panton Street

28 (40) Panton Street

History of 28 Panton Street

1891: (40)

Helen Louisa Westmoreland, widow, living on own means

Harriett E Payne, 29, servant, b Over

Elizabeth Peacock, 19, servant, b Cambs

………..

1901: (40)

Helen Louisa Westmoreland

Lydia Mary Bunn, 24, servant, b Cambridge

Helen Elizabeth Crisp, 26, cook, b Longstanton

……….

1911: (40)

Helen Louisa Westmoreland, 80, widow, b London

Lemshah [?] Manning, cook, 56, b Little Wilbraham

Elsie Elizabeth Pluck, 19, nursemaid,  b Norwich

………..

1913:

Mrs Helen Louisa Westmoreland

1962:

Diocesan Church House

A F Blunt

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