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1-3 Devonshire Road, Midland Tavern

1 Devonshire Road, Midland Tavern

History of 1 Devonshire Road

1879: Frederick Searle Fuller (Kellys)

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1881:

Frederick Searle Fuller, publican, 40, b Bishops Stortford
Ann Fuller, 37, b Hunts
William Fuller, 10, b Cambridge
Maud Mary Fuller, 8, b Cambridge
Mabel Jane Fuller, 4, b Cambridge
Alfred Charles Fuller, 1, Cambridge
Mary Collins, mother in law, cook, widow, 62, b Hunts

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1883: William Tillbrook Claydon (Kellys)

1888: John Day (Kellys)

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1891:

George Day, publican

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1892: George Day (Kellys)

1896: George Day (Kellys)

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1901:

George Day, publican

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1904: George Day (Kellys)

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1911:

Hardy

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1913: (1 & 2) Midland Tavern

H J Merriman

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1916:

Henry James Merriman (Kellys)

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1962:

Midland Tavern

Albert J Rees

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See also:

Memories of growing up in the Midland Tavern

 

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