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20 Stockwell Street

History of 20 Stockwell Street


James Cole, 60, coppersmiths assistant, Great Eastern Railway, b Ely

Emma, 62, b Old Chesterton

Alfred Moore, 54, brother, totally deaf and blind, b Milton

(NB 1901 census only said to be deaf)

Mary Cole, 52, sister, tailoress, b Cambridge


Emma Cole, b 1848, widow, home duties, b Chesterton

Florence Carry, b 1883, shop assistant, Lipton and Company, b Cambridge

Mary Maria, b 1859, sister-in-law, tailoress, b Cambridge

Alfred Henry Moore, b 1860, unable to work through blindness, b Milton


Alfred Folkes, b 1907, teams racket maker

Doris E, b 1907, unpaid domestic duties


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