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Cricketers Arms, 17 - 19 Chase Side, Enfield

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Cricketers, 17 - 19 Chase Side, Enfield - in September 2012

Cricketers, 17 - 19 Chase Side, Enfield - in September 2012

Kindly provided by Dolores Dilley

Residents at this address

1855/James Crampton/Beer Retailer & shopkeeper, Enfield Highway/../../Post Office Directory

1861/James Crampton/Beer Seller/62/Standon, Hertfordshire/Census
1861/Mary Crampton/Wife/59/Thundridge, Hertfordshire/Census

1871/Thomas Robins/Beer House Keeper/60/Hertfordshire/Census
1871/Jane Robins/Wife/48/Hertfordshire/Census
1871/John Mills/Nephew/16/Hertfordshire/Census

1881/John Knight/Beer Retailer And Carman/38/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1881/Ann Knight/Wife/48/Essex/Census

1890/John Wiggett jun/Beer retailer, Chase Side/../../Post Office Directory

1891/John Wiggett/Blacksmith & Beer retailer/36/Enfield, Middlesex/Census
1891/Sarah A Wiggett/Wife/37/Gidding, Henkies/Census
1891/William Pearson/General Servant/17/Enfield, Middlesex/Census

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