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Waterloo Row


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Henry Catlin was from a poor family. He was caught stealing 2 shillings and 6d and transported to Australia for 14 years in 1842. Henry Catlin lived for a short time in this row of houses. The 1841 census records them as occupants of Waterloo, a row of run down cottages on the riverside in Bedford.

10th Jun 2007 by Diane Earl


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