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89-91 Norfolk Street

89 Norfolk Street

History of 89 Norfolk Street


Sampson Woollard, 78, groom, b Cambs

Mary, 69, b Cambs

Martha M Mott, relative, 18, domestic servant, b Cambridge


Charles Mott, baker and confectioner


James R Murkillie, baker bread maker

Jessie, b 1895, shop keeper

James R, b 1918, baker and confectioner (special constable)

Michael R, b 1930


Bridgeman Bros, bakers

In 2023 DC wrote: As a child this bakers had the best Chelsea buns; pity the recipe is lost. They sold out very early morning. Loved Them.


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