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95 Russell Street

History of 95 Russell Street

1901:

William Crouch, 58, greengrocer, b Cambridge

Harriet, 56, b Cambridge

Florence, 18, telephone operator, b Cambridge

Rose, granddaughter, 6, b Devon


1911:

George Harry Goldsmith, 41, shopkeeper greengrocer, b Suffolk

Clara Harrett, 37, assisting in business, b Cherry Hinton

Harry Thomas, 13, school boy, b Sussex

Dorothy Clara, 9, b Cherry Hinton

Gladys May, 8, b Cherry Hinton


1913:

George Harry Goldsmith, general shop

1962:

Mrs S M Blows, shopkeeper

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