Star, 39 St Clements street, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX4

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In 1891, Philip Webb is a blacksmith at this address. Named the Star in the 1911 census. The address becomes 39 High street, St Clements by 1913

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Residents at this address

1901/Philip Webb/Publican/66/Appleton, Berks/Census
1901/Martha A Webb/Wife/65/Besselsleigh, Berks/Census

1903/Philip Webb, beer retailer, 39 St Clements street/../../Kellys Directory

1911/Philip Webb/Publican/76/Appleton, Berkshire/Census
1911/Martha Webb/Wife/75/Besselsleigh, Berkshire/Census
1911/Gertrude Coster/Assistant/42/Fyfield, Berkshire/Census

1913/The burial of Philip Webb, 39 High street, St Clements aged 78 years./../../Burials

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