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12 Flower Street

History of 12 Flower Street

UK Census:

1891

Ada Gillson, 39, widow, charwoman, b Swaffham Prior

Maude, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Ernest, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Minnie, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Lilian, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Thomas, 1, infant, b Cambridge

 

1901

Unoccupied

 

1911

Harry Fletcher, 28, college kitchen porter, b Cambridge

Jane Esther, 29, college servant, b Sussex

Frederick Henry Charles, 6, school, b Cambridge

Ivy May, 1, b Cambridge

 

1939

Earnest P Cooke, b 1889, permanent way labourer, railway engineers repair staff

Alice E, b 1899, college servant

Betty G, b 1927, incapacitated, blind and dumb

1 closed record

 

1939 separate household

Charles Reynolds, b 1911, general builder’s labourer

Joyce L (Brignull), b 1930, at school

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