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77 Russell Street

History of 77 Russell Street

1901:

William Stearn, roadman

Alice

Minnie A, 21, confectioners shop assistant, b Chesterton

J Nast, boarder, 33, gardeners labourer, b London

Alfred Jarvis, 38, foreman hoister, b Surrey

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1911:

William Stearn, 69, widower, lavatory attendant, b Chesterton

Alice, 34, b Chesterton

Garnet Kent, boarder, 19, Botanic gardener, b Lincs

Harry King, boarder, 47, cabinetmaker, b Bassingbourne

Frederick Webb, boarder, 22, groom, b Notts

Cornelius Webb, boarder, 44, widower, groom, b Cambridge

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1913:

Miss Stearn

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1962:

Rt J Warnes

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