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64 Sedgwick Street, 3 Danesbury Terrace

History of 64 Sedgwick Street

1891:

John R Bagstaff, 33, general labourer, b Norwich

Sarah E, 32, college servant, b Cambridge

George R, 12, b Stapleford

Lily F, 8, b Cambridge

William H, 6, b Cambridge

Arthur E, 4, b Cambridge

John C P G, 3, b Cambridge

John Moore, father in law, widower, 67, retired general labourer, b Cambridge

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1901:

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1911:

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1913:

George Harding, labourer

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1962:

John Lindsay

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