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14 Blossom Street

History of 14 Blossom Street

After 1920:

Elizabeth Maria Linsey moved from the Wrestlers’ Arms after the death of her husband in 1920, to this address with her daughter Doris and son-in-law William Brignell.

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1939:

William Brignell, b 1900, second chef

Doris M, b 1904

Raymond

[William married Doris in 1926. He worked all his life as a chef at The Dorothy, Hawkins and the West House Hotel. After he retired he also worked at Westminster College.]

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

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