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71 Panton Street

71 Panton Street, 2 Belvidere Terrace

History of 71 Panton Street

1881:

William Thomas Pye, 37, optician, b London

Elizabeth, 35, b London

Lizzie, 14, pupil teacher, b London

Blanche, 13, b London

William George, 11, b London

Henry, 7, b London

Matthew, 1, b London

Frederick G, 4, b London

Maria Pye, mother, 62, matron of Union House, b Norfolk

William T Williams, nephew, 13, b Shelford

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1891:

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1901: (2 Belvidere Terrace)

Henry Buckwell, 45, schoolmaster, b Sussex

Rebecca A, 46, schoolmistress, b Ely

Rosetta Sawyer, servant, 20, b Cambs

In 1891 the family were at 82 Russell Street. In 1908 they were at 32 Glisson Road.

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1911: (2 Belvidere Terrace)

Sarah Elizabeth Osborne, 48, widow, private means, b Cambridge

Harriett Newman, 23, servant, b Horningsea

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1913:

Mrs Creak

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1962:

Mrs M Clark

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