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27 (14) Bradmore Street

History of 27 Bradmore Street

1861 (14)

William Kemp, 41, Latter Day Saints Minister, b Norfolk

Elizabeth Kemp, 38, dressmaker, b Norfolk

Jane, 18, dressmaker, b Norfolk

Samuel, 15, errand boy, b Norfolk

James, 13, school at home, b Norfolk

Sarah A, 10, school at home, b Norfolk

Heber (m), 8, school at home, b Norfolk

Walter, 6, school at home, b Norfolk

Arthur, 4, school at home, b Norfolk

Daniel, 1, school, at home, b Cambridge

1881 (14)


1901 (27)


1913 (27)

A Covill, labourer


Mrs Smith



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