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Squirrels Heath

Private Residents


Atkins Ernest Anthony Lonsdale, 2 Outred villas
Bristow Stanley Frederick, Hillside
Broad Ernest John, The Poplars
Castellan Chas Ernest, hare cottage
Castellan Victor E. Hare lodge
Charley Walter Samuel, Arcadia
Crane Albert, Park house
Davis /thomas Alfred, Arran
Davis Walter R, Norville
Dawson Ephraim Robert, Stanton
Farrow John W, Russell house
Finch Walter George, Lynton
Foreman Benjamin, Westbury
Grottick George Henry, Kilmacolm
Hill Walter, Maudene
Hodgkinson George, Redruthen
Houseman James Edward, Legbourne house
Lewis Miss, 3 Manor gardens
Messervy Edmund Sidney, The Limes
Pankhurst Herbert, Carlisle
Poole Alfred, Heath house
Poole George Frederick, Westcroft
Poole William, JP, Outreds
Poole William John, 1 Outred villas
Reeve James Baker, Aubury
Taylor Arthur, Birkdale
Vulliamy Mrs, Oaklands
Warren-Boulton Alfred, The Warrens
Webster Henry, The Homestead
Winstone Walter Edward, Belmont
Young Walter, JP, Manor house

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Burrows George, The Drill inn
Christmas Arthur A, Squirrels Head PH
Clark Henry G, beer retailer
Cordes Jn, shopkeeper, 1 St Georges terrace
Edwards Agnes (Miss), laundry, 1 Manor gardens
Great Eastern Railway Co waterproof sheet etc manufacturers
Maple Thos, pork butcher & post office
Poole William, baker & corn dealer
Raggett Chas, news agent, 2 Manor gardens
Stewart Walter, builder, 4 Slewins Lane
Winstone & Co, builders, Balgores lane



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