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30 Panton Street

30 (39) Panton Street

History of 30 Panton Street

1891: (39)

Arthur Bishop, 43, wholesale grocer, b Suffolk

Anna, 39, b Bucks

Mildred, 12, b Cambridge

Dorothea, 10, b Cambridge

Katharine, 6, b Cambridge

Emma Finch, 23, servant, b Stetchworth

Annie Bendall, 23, b Swaffham Prior

…………….

1901: (39)

Thomas Nicholls, 83, widower, grocer, b Linton

Frances Anne, 51, b Cambridge

George, 47, grocer,  b Cambridge

Kate, 49, b Cambridge

Anne Cribb, sister in law, 85, b Cambridge

Florence Elizabeth Stead, 31, sick nurse, b Cambridge

Annie Elizabeth Jackson, 24, cook, b Cambridge

Ada Esther Bond, 19, housemaid, b Cambridge

………………

1911: (39)

Herbert Flack Bird, 49, vinegar mustard pork and meat manufacturer, b Cambridge

Emma Jessie, 46, b Littleport

Kathleen Emma, 18, b Cambridge

Constance Gertrude, 15, b Cambridge

Ethel Harriet, 9, b Canada

Benjamin Michael, 1, b Cambridge

Ethel Mary Harrison [?], 26, cook, b Balsham

Annie Molworth, 17, housemaid, b Beds

Ethel Nelly Eaton, 25, nurse, b Cambridge

……………….

1913: (30)

Herbert Flack Bird

1962:

Thomas W Gedge

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