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99 York Street

History of 99 York Street


George Anthony Hewes


George, 2

George had previously lived with his sister at the Rose and Crown and had served in the RASC as a driver during World War One.

He was working for a builder in 1920 on the White Horse Inn when he fell from a ladder. He never recovered consciousness and died on 3rd July 1920.


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