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52 (26) Panton Street

History of 52 Panton Street

1891 (26)

Mary Ann Clee, widow, 61, college laundress, b Cambridge

Annie E Edwards, daughter,24, assistant laundress, b Cambridge

Ada A Clee, daughter, 23, assistant laundress, b Cambridge

Theresa S A Clee, 18, assistant laundress, b Cambridge

Sidney C Clee, grandson, 11, b Cambridge

Herbert A Lloyd, adopted child, 14, b London

1901 (26)

Robert Radford, 32, cab driver, b Cambridge

Maud, sister, 21, tailoress, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, sister, 19, b Cambridge

1911 (26)

George Hearn, 58, cabman, b Hampstead

Mrs George Hearn, 56, b Upwell

Arthur Hearn, gardener, 22, gardener, b Cambridge

Dolly Hearn, 18, b Cambridge

Percy Frederick Hearn, 14, assistant in Pathological Laboratory, b Cambridge

Stanley John Hearn, photographers errand boy, 16, b Cambridge

In 1901 the Hearne family were at 31 Panton Street

1913 (52)

George Hearne, cab driver

Stanley John Hearne: Private, 326543, 1/1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Died of wounds 23rd September 1917. Aged 23. Brother of Percy Frederick Hearn, 52, Panton Street, Cambridge. Buried in Godewaersvelde British Cemetery, Plot I. Row G. Grave 23. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Poll of Honour)

Their son Albert Henry was also killed in WWI.


Mrs E Jones


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