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28 Russell Street

History of 28 Russell Street


Alexander Wells, 40, carpenter, b Cambs

Julia E, [?], b Newmarket

Alfred E, 12,  b Cambridge

Frederick A, 10, b Cambridge


Alice Riley, 45, widow, sewing, b Cambridge

Emma Bass, 82, lodger pensioner, b Bucks

Mabel Francis Riley, 20, cafe assistant, b Herts

Sidney Walter Riley, 11, b Herts


G Goodman, pork butcher

Mrs Riley

Jack Goodman took over the butcher’s shop when his father died in the 1930s and was still there in 1968. Jack Goodman’s delivery boy was Percy Plumb.


Jack Goodman, butcher

(28a) William Swinden


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