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34 Stockwell Street

History of 34 Stockwell Street


Alice Barker, 30, widow, let lodgings, b Cambridge

Doris, 6, b Cambridge

Hilda, 5, b Cambridge

Florence Cole, 28, sister, shop assistant, Lipton Ltd, b Cambridge

Harry Chapman, 21, lodger, fitter for Great Eastern Railway, b Kent

Frank Dessent, 25, lodger, acting fireman Great Eastern Railway, b Bury St Edmunds


Wallace Kitchener, b 1878, works foreman cement works, b Bedfordshire

Alice Emma, b 1881, home duties, b Cambridge

Bertha Joan Kitchener, b 1915, b Cambridge

Doris May Barker, b 1905, step-daughter, b Cambridge

Hilda Florance, b 1906, step-daughter, b Cambridge

Percy Osborrow, b 1889, boarder, guard Great Eastern Railway, b Saffron Walden


Wallace Kitchener, b 1878, steam locomotive driver

Alice E, b 1881, unpaid domestic duties

Bertha J (Buttress), b 1915, laundry clerk

Mary M Cole, b 1859, retired tailoress


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