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3 Emery Street

History of 3 Emery Street


James Dimmock

He had previously lived at 8 Clarendon Street. His business premises were at 6 Market Street.

James died in 1882. The Museum of Cambridge holds archival papers about him.

James Dimmock, Emery Street, biography

James Dimmock, Emery Street, biography

James Dimmock, 1882 funeral


Frederick A Dimmock, 37, manager loan office, b Buckinghamshire

Mary, 37, b Buckinghamshire



William Walton, 56, widower, retired house furnisher, b Yorkshire

Louisa A, 22, b Durham



Emma Fortin, 83, widow, independent lady, b Hinxton

Elizabeth South, 22, general servant, b Cambridge



Walter Hutt, b 1899, painter (hangers), Bassingbourn Aerodrome

Norah, (Mary Ann), b 1895, laboratory cleaner

Marie (Grove), b 1922, factory hand, food processing can making department

3 closed records


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