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31 Union Road

31 Union Road

Terraced Houses in Cambridge plans

1901:

George Crisp, 72, living on own means, b Cambridge

Frances, 67, b Hunts

Reginald, 35, grocers assistant, b Suffolk

Edward, 24, chemist apprentice, b Suffolk

Charlotte, 27, housekeeper, b Suffolk


1911:

George H C Crisp, 49, secondhand bookseller and dealer in topographic views, b Suffolk

Reginald S C Crisp, brother, 45, press photographer, b Suffolk

Charlotte S C Crisp, sister, 37, b Suffolk


1913:

G H C Crisp, bookseller

R S Crisp


1939:

Charlotte Crisp, b 1873


1962:

(30-31) J Pawlak, lodging house

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