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89 Russell Street

History of 89 Russell Street

1901:

John Norfolk, 48, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Clara Norfolk, 48, b Cambridge

John, 20, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Henrietta, 22, b Cambridge

Edith, 13, b Cambridge

Nellie, 11, b Cambridge

………..

1911:

William Wass, 25, shopkeeper, b Lincs

Edith, 36, assisting in business, b Northants

Ivy, 3, b Peterboro

Edward Gray, step son, assisting in business, b Northants

Elizabeth Gray, step daughter, 15, day girl in boarding house, b Northants

1913:

William Wass, general stores

1962:

Bernard J Rayner

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