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50-52 Devonshire Road

52 Devonshire Road

History of 52 Devonshire Road

1901:

William John Dyball, accountant

1911:

Joseph Everett, Baptist minister

1913:

Mrs Covill

1917:

This was for a while the home of Mary Ann Elizabeth Aves, née Nolan, whose husband, Harry Nelson Aves, was killed in 1917. Later she moved to Hitchin

1962:

N G Canham

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