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61 Panton Street

61 (23) Panton Street

History of 61 Panton Street

1901 (23)

Mary A Ornos [?], widow, 69, servant, b Suffolk

Charlotte H Kennedy, visitor, widow, 70, b London

Ellen Rumbelow, 19, servant, b Suffolk

1911 (23)

Marianne Payne, 55, let apartments, b Cambridge

Edith M M, 27, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Clarissa M, 25, assist at home, b Cambridge

Reginald H G, 21, ironmongers assistant, b Cambridge

Ethel Curtis, lodger, 50, private means, b Lambeth

Gwendolen Elliot, daughter, 20, single, b Chelsea

1913 (61)

Mrs M A Payne

Reginald H E Payne

1930s – 1950s:

This was the home of the 11th Cambridge St Paul’s Scouts. They later moved to Ingleside West Road (troop) and St Mary the Less Parish Room (pack).


Orris Brown


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