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5 Stockwell Street

History of 5 Stockwell Street


Charles Austen, 33, jobbing gardener, b Buckinghamshire

Louisa Maud, 39, b Cambridge

George Douglas, 6, b Buckinghamshire

Kathleen Marjorie, 4, b Buckinghamshire

Gladys Hilda Ellis Jacob, 17, domestic servant daygirl, b Soham

(described as ‘daughter’ but likely a stepdaughter)


John Thomas Newman, 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


John T Newman, b 1885, boot repairer

Mabel J, b 1891, unpaid domestic duties

Oliver C Johnson, b 1882, drapers assistant


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