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The Laurels, 92, 94 & 96 Hingeston Street, Birmingham

The addtress in the 1881 census is in Prescott street

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Residents at this address

1875/H. Lees/../../../Whites Directory

1881/Mary Ann Lees/Licensed Victualler, Widow/57/Canterbury, Kent/Census
1881/Frederick J Lees/Grandson/6/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Elizabeth Hands/Domestic Servant/20/Birmingham, Warwick/Census

1883/Mary Lees/../../../Kellys Directory

1892/Joseph Bagnall/../../../Kellys Directory

1900/Robert Sandham/../../../Kellys Directory

1905/William Bagnall/Laurels, 92 Hingeston street/../../Kellys Directory

1908/William Bagnall/Laurels, 92 Hingeston street/../../Kellys Directory

1915/Frank Collyer/Laurels, 90 Hingeston street/../../Kellys Directory

1940/Wilfrid Chas Bate/../../../Kellys Directory

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