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School Row, Lolworth

History of School Row

1911:

(1 School Row)

George Anable, 66, gardener, b Dry Drayton

Mary Ann, 56, b Lolworth

 

(2 School Row)

Herbert Hepher, 34, farm labourer, b Lolworth

Eliza, 31, b Suffolk

John, 6, b Herts

Margaret, 1, b Lolworth

 

(3 School Row)

John Martin, 64, farm labourer, b Lolworth

Elizabeth, 64, b Swavesey

Frank, 28, farm labourer, b Lolworth

 

(4 School Row)

William Mills, 66, farm labourer, b Madingley

Sarah Anne, 69, b Lolworth

 

(5 School Row)

John Ansell, 36, horsekeeper on farm, b Lolworth

Harriet, 32, b Boxworth

Arthur, 6, b Boxworth

 

(6 School Row)

William Wilderspin, 62, engine driver on farm, b Swavesey

Elizabeth, 67, b Lolworth

George Peppercorn, brother in law, 39, farm labourer, b Lolworth

Ernest Peppercorn, 39, farm labourer, b Lolworth

Arthur Wilderspin, 31, engine driver on farm, b Lolworth

 

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