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67 Russell Street

History of 67 Russell Street

1901:

James Freestone, printers warehouseman

Emma E

Annie

Sidney J

Emma E

Kate

…………

1911:

James Freestone, 43, printers warehouseman University Press, b Cambridge

Emma, 41, b Cambridge

Annie, 18, house maid, b Cambridge

Sidney, 17, carpenters apprentice, b Cambridge

Emma, 13, b Cambridge

Katie, 11, b Cambridge

Jack, 8, b Cambridge

……..

1913:

James Freestone, warehouseman

………..

1962: –

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