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75 Hinton Avenue (formerly 3)

History fo 75 Hinton Avenue


(no number or name) Since James Dean is listed in this census and in 1911 his property was ennumerated at no.1, then it is possible that the following persons were resident in 1901 at no.3:


Walter E Kemp, 29, brickmaker and general labourer, born Essex

Helen, 29, born Epping

Archibald G, 2, born Shenfield

Marion, 2 weeks, born Cherry Hinton


George Oakes Lucas, 34, taxi cab driver, born Suffolk

Jessie, 32, born Suffolk

Edith May, 13, born Suffolk

Winifred Dorothy, 12, born Suffolk

Verrall Oakes, 5, born Cherry Hinton

Primrose Kitty, 2, born Cherry Hinton

Irene Phyllis, 2 months, born Cherry Hinton



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