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William Saddington

77 Hinton Avenue (formerly 2)

History of 77 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 person was resident in 1901 at no.2:

Elizabeth Brown, wife, 55, born Bottisham


Arthur George Ellis, 57, boot repairer, born Pimlico

Lydia, 42, born East Grinstead

George Charles, 19, gardener domestic, born London

Lydia Bertha, 18, dressmaker, born London

Florence Emily, 11, born Trumpington

William J C Saddington, born 1889, was a private with the 10th Btn Kings Royal Rifles. (He was  related to the Saddington family just along the road at 71 Hinton Avenue in the 1911 census).



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