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195 (193) Newmarket Road

History of 195 Newmarket Road

1861: (193)

Charles Will, 22, labourer stone digger, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 19, b Cambridge

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1871: not listed

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1881: (193)

David Ward, 56, stonemason [in 1871 David ward was living at 10 Coldham’s Lane]

Elizabeth

Albert, 22, tailor and cutter, b Cambridge

Emma J, 18, machinist, b Cambridge

Kate, 14, b Cambridge

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1891: (193)

David Ward, 66, marble and stonemason, b Sawston

Elizabeth

Kate, 23, tailoress, b Cambridge

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1901: (193)

Elizabeth Ward, 74, b Cambridge

Ethel M, grand daughter, 17, school teacher, b Cambridge

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1911: (195)

Arthur Fordham, 45, bootmaker, b Swaffham Bulbeck

Jane, 44, dressmaker, b Fen Ditton

Peter Banks, father in law, 83, former blacksmith, b Fen Ditton

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1913: (195)

Mrs Fordham, dressmaker

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1962: not listed

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