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30 Stockwell Street

History of 30 Stockwell Street


Sarah Elbourne, 44, widow, jam factory, b Cambridge

Bessie,24, jam factory, b Cambridge

Florence Ludman, 19, niece, jam factory, b Cambridge

Maud Smith, 18, niece, jam factory, b Cambridge


Edwin Bertie Few, b 1875, joiner for William Saint, builder, b Cambridge

Emma, b 1874, home duties, b Cambridge

Dorothy, b 1898, factory hand Chivers jam factory, Histon, b Middlesex

Edwin Joseph, b 1905, grocers shop assistant, J A Sturton, Fitzroy Street, b Middlesex

Percy Charles, b 1908, school, b Cambridge


Herbert E White, b 1910, butchers assistant

Gwendoline J, b 1911, unpaid domestic duties


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