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62 Panton Street

62 Panton Street, 2 Elm Terrace

History of 62 Panton Street

1891: (2 Elms Terrace)

Susan Purdon Wade, widow, 49, living on own means, b Ireland

Albert Ellis Blakeney Wade, son, 22, student of Theology, b Yorks

1901: (2 Elm Terrace)

Alfred L Bartram, 36, surgeon, b Beds

Amelia, 43, b Cambridge

Constance, 2, b London

Lewis, 5, b London

1911: (2 Elm Terrace)

James Allgood, 24, gardener, b Coton

Florence Greef Allgood, 34, b Cambridge [daughter of retired plumber Henry Greef Overton of 88 Mawson Street in 19911]

Cyril James Allgood, 1, b Cambridge

Grace Muriel Bishop, separate occupier, 23, teacher of French,  b London

1913: (62)

James Allgood, insurance agent

The Allgoods moved to 3 Merton Street, Newnham between 1913 and 1915. two sons were born there, Harold and Edwin.


William Owen Farrow


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