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2 Princes Street

History of 2 Princes Street


Charles Cave, carpenter & joiner, b 1857 either March or St Ives


Watson, 9,

Emma, 5,

Charles, 3,

Ann, 1,

By 1871 the family had moved to 10 Gwydir Street

See Mill Road Cemetery entry



John Penny [sic]

Betsey, 50, b Worcs

John, grocery warehouseman,

Joseph, tailor,



John Penney, 63, widower, tailor, b Worcs

John J, 29, grocers assistant, b Worcs

Joseph, 27, tailor, b Cambridge



John Penny, tailor



Mrs G E Driver


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