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3 Stockwell Street

History of 3 Stockwell Street


Ethel Blanche Welch, 31, home, b Suffolk

Ellen Bertha, 8, b Bury St Edmunds

Olive Ethel, 3, b Cambridge

Leonard Ernest Gardiner, 11, brother, at school, b Bury St Edmunds


James Welch, b 1870, painter and glazier, Mr Lindall Mill Lane, b Cambridge

Ethel Blanche, b 1880, home duties, b Suffolk

Ellen Bertha, b 1902, clerk, for A Goodwin, journalist, Petty Cury, b Suffolk

John Thomas Laurence, b 1886, boot repairer, J T Newman, Mill Road, b Ely

Mabel Grace, b 1891, home duties, b Cambridge

Horace Martin, b 1902, boarder, boot repairer, J T Newman, Mill Road, b Cambridge


William Clarke, b 1879, permanent way labourer, LNER

Harriett, b 1882, college bedmaker

Irene M (Hewitt), b 1918, café bar supervisor, ARP firefighter


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