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38 Norfolk Street

History of 38 Norfolk Street

1901:

Thomas Wood, 41, cab proprietor, b Streatham

Mary C, 36, b Ely

Herbert, 14, hairdresser, b Cambridge

Ernest, 12, b Cambridge

Thomas P, 10, b Cambridge

Sidney C, 7, b Cambridge

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1907: CIP 12.4.1907: Indecency. Ernest Wood, 18, no occupation, of 38 Norfolk Street was summoned for indecent behaviour in Gwydir Street. Evidence given by Leslie White, 10, school boy of Tenison Road. Ernest’s father said son was not responsible for his actions and endeavours would be made to get him to a home.

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1913:

Thomas Wood, cab proprietor

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1939:

Mary C Wood, b 1864

Ernest Wood, b 1888, feeble minded odd jobs

 

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