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64 Panton Street

64 Panton Street, 3 Elm Terrace, Oakleigh

History of 64 Panton Street

1891 (3 Elms Terrace)

Mary Ewin, 77, living on own means retired dressmaker

Harriet, sister, retired dressmaker

1901 (3 Elm Terrace)

Mary Ewin, 88, living on own means, b Cambs, paralysis

Harriet, 81, sister, b Cambs

Thirza, 48, companion, b Cambs

Mary Ewin is buried in Mill Road Cemetery. The Ewin family came originally from Shudy Camps.

1911 (3 Elm Terrace)

Thirza Ewin, 58, independent, b Cambs


Miss Thirza Ewin


James Arthur M Clark


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