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58 Sedgwick Street, Edna House

History of 58 Sedgwick Street

1891: Edna Cottages

(1)

Jane Baker, 34, laundress, b Orwell

Harriett, 17, laundress, b Orwell

John, 15, printer’s apprentice, b Orwell

Susan, 14, b Orwell

Annie, 11, b Cambridge

Blanche, 8, b Cambridge

Elias Miller, nephew, 20, railway engine cleaner, b Orwell

(2)

Arthur Hammond, 39, joiner, b West Wickham

Louise, 38, schoolmistress, b Bottisham Lode

Ida, 10, b Longstanton

Hilda, 7, b Longstanton

(4)

Livi Bullock, 24, railway guard, b Leicester

Elizabeth K, 22, b Leicester

Ellen E, 6 mos, b Kettering


1901:


1911:


1913: Edna House

Mrs Wilson


1962

Sidney L Chalkley

 

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