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24 Stockwell Street

History of 24 Stockwell Street


Frederick Thurston, 40, college porter, b London

Minnie, 39, b Swaffham

Arthur, 15, apprentice pastry cook, b Cambridge

Reginald, 14, grocers errand boy, b Cambridge

Leslie, 11, school, b Cambridge

Frederick, 9, school, b Cambridge

Albert Edward, 5, school, b Cambridge

Minnie Evelyn, 2, b Cambridge


Philip Conquest, b 1892, unemployed carpenter, b London

Elizabeth, b 1886, home duties, b Ireland

Maureen, b 1919, b Cambridge

Terence, b 1920, b Cambridge


Percy F Cook, b 1902, plasterer

Mabel L, b 1903, unpaid domestic duties

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