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25 (13) Mill Street

History of 25 Mill Street

1881: (13)

James Carder, 35, printer and machine manager, b Essex

Sarah A, 36, b Surrey

Emma E, 12, b Surrey

Ernest I, 10, b Surrey

Ellen E, 8, b Surrey

Rose F, 7, b Surrey

Arthur K, 5 mos, b Cambridge

CIP 26.5.1883: Ernest Carder, a boy living in Gwydir-street, was summoned for breaking a window in Tennyson-street. Mill-road, by throwing a stone at it, thereby doing damage to the amount of 2s on the previous Wednesday evening – James Parfin proved seeing the defendant throw the stone which broke the window. – The Bench ordered the payment of the costs and damage.


1891: (13)

Rickard

1901: (25)

Hayden

1913:

Mrs Mynott

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