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44 Covent Garden

History of 44 Covent Garden

Home of Edward Baker from c1891. For some time no.44 was a police tied-cottage house.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


Edward Baker, police inspector

L E Baker, teacher of piano

The Bakers moved later to 152 Tenison Road


Sidney Miller


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