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103 Russell Street

History of 103 Russell Street

1901 (see 104 Russell Street for rest of family)

Henry J Hack, 45, bricklayer,  b Cambridge

Alice, 42, b Staffs

Harry, 11, b Cambridge

George, 9, b Cambridge

Teddy, 6, b Cambridge

Jenny A,  4, b Cambridge

Winifred, 2, b Cambridge


Joseph James Hamps, 59, no occupation, b Cambridge

Millie, 21, jam factory hand, b Brentwood

Jessie, 17, assisting at home, b Frome

Dolly Craft, boarder, 18, b Cambridge

Gracie Craft, boarder, 8, b Cambridge


George Peck


Arthur F Boxall


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