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54 Bradmore Street

History of 54 Bradmore Street

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In 1939 Harold Fisher and Betty are on the Electoral Register at 54 Bradmore Street. In 1937 they were at 92 Akeman Street.


Harold Robert Fisher: Trooper, 7th Battalion The Suffolk Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps. Died 14/09/1942 at east Anglian Sanatorium Nayland-with-Wissington. Administration to Betty Fisher widow. Age 32. Son of Christopher and Mary A Fisher of Attleborough, Norfolk. [In the official probate record Harold’s address is 90 Akeman Street]



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