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45 (23) Norfolk Street

History of 45 Norfolk Street

1871: (23)

Ruth Bacon, 67, b Isleham

Rebecca, 37, laundress, b Isleham

Mary, 29, b Isleham

James Barton, grand son, 19, sawyer, b Isleham

Henry Blyth, boarder, 28, wheelwright, b Suffolk

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1881: (23)

Henry Blythe, 38, wheelwright, b Suffolk

Ruth Bacon, mother, 75, b Isleham

Rebecca Bacon, sister, 49, laundress, b Isleham

Mary Bacon, sister, 38, laundress, b Isleham

James Bacon, brother, 30, sawyer, b Isleham

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1891: (45)

John Sims, 61, butcher

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1901:

Charles Baker, 54, shoeing smith, b Norfolk

Maria, 61, b Norfolk

Ephraim Hinds, 55, lodger, marble mason, b Suffolk

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1913:

Frank Whitehead, fruiterer

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1939:

Ella Whitehead, b 1884

Terence, b 1905, fruiterer

Vera, b 1907, shoe shop assistant

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1962:

T Whitehead, fruiterer

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