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Old 02-27-2017, 02:21 PM
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Default Residents of Bucks Row

Here's a list of residents found during some searches on Ancestry. In the 1891 Census, I've only listed family heads (except in the case of number 18 I've included a visitor to aid another line of enquiry). In 1889 they included ladies on the the Electoral Register. Some of the 1889 numbers are suspect.

The question is, do any of these names stand out to you in any other regard?

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One name stands out for not being there, the Greens.
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I was having trouble posting the lists so they made sense and so I converted it to a JPG image.
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Fred Ling was connected to the Barber family of Harrison Barber fame.
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I can't recall the name off-hand but one of the women who was mentioned as working at a Whitechapel lodging house in 1888 and gave some sort of comment that she knew Leather Apron, used to live on Buck's Row.
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