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82 Russell Street

History of 82 Russell Street

1891:

Henry George Buckwell, 35, schoolmaster, b Sussex

Rebecca Ann, 36, schoolmistress, b Ely

Jessie M Rayner, 15, servant, b Foxton

[While studying history at Christ’s College, he was headmaster of St Paul’s National School [1881-1909] In 1901 they were living at 2 Belvidere Terrace on Panton Street.]

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


1901:

Simon Hayward, 51, cook,  b Cambridge

Harriett, 60, b Bedford


1911:

Arthur Brad Chandler, 50, certif. schoolmaster, b Cambridge

Susannah Elizabeth, 50, b Northants

Reginald John, 23, artists’s salesman FrameMaker gilder and picture dealer, b Suffolk

Marjorie Walden, 21, teacher, b Suffolk

Irene Mackley, 13, b Essex


1913:

A B Chandler, headmaster St Paul’s Boys’ School


1962:

Harold A Howe

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