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24 Ross Street

History of 24 Ross Street

1908:

George Parker died of cardiac failure following 21 days of pneumonia at 24 Ross Street, Cambridge on 12 August 1908. His wife, Elizabeth, died at the same address on 13 March 1910 (stomach cancer 7 months, asthenia 2 months). (Email from NS 2022)

The Parkers had previously lived at 216 Mill Road.


1970:

John Woolnough

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