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44 Russell Street

History of 44 Russell Street

1901:

Ernest J Porter, 38, postman,  b Cambridge

Nellie, 36, b Balsham

Herbert, 16, college kitchen porter,  b Cambridge

Mabel, 15, b Cambridge

Ethel, 12, b Cambridge

Edgar, 9, b Cambridge

Edwin, 4, b Cambridge

………..

1911:

(6 rooms) George Woollard, 71, mason (out of work), b Cambs

Susannah, 70, b Hants

Louisa, daughter, 36, b Cambridge

Arthur James, son, 28, married, mason gas works, b Cambridge

Margaret, wife, 31, b Norfolk

Jack, grandson, 6, b Cambridge

Ethel, granddaughter, 3, b Cambridge

Gladys, granddaughter, 8 mos, b Cambridge

(1 room) Maurice Hazelgrove, 29, coachman Lion Hotel, b Sussex

Mary, 24, b Surrey

Dorothy Mary, 1, b USA

……….

1913:

George Woollard, stonemason

………

1962:

George E Jacobs

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