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225 (178/179)) Newmarket Road

History of 225 Newmarket Road

1851 unnumbered:

Joseph Oliver, 34, grinder,


Thomas, 10, b Cambs

Mary A, 8, b Cambs

Lucy, 6, b Cambs

Harriet, 1, b Cambs

Caroline Farrant, head, 38, teacher, b Stetchworth

William, 19, labourer, b Cambridge

Robert, 10, b Cambridge



Francis Burwell, 24, labourer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 23, b Cambridge

Robert Clarke, brother, 11, b Newmarket


Joseph Oliver, 44, working butler, b Wisbech

Frances, 44, b Wisbech

Harriett, 11, b Wisbech

Martha, 5, b Cambridge



Benjamin Jeffs, 42, tailor, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 40, b Cambridge

George, 15, gardener, b Cambridge

Benjamin M, 10, b Cambridge


Joseph Oliver, 54, working cutler, b Cambs

Frances, 54, b Cambs

Mahala, 15, out of work, b Cambridge



Benjamin Jeffs, 56, tailor, b Cambridge

Benjamin M, 20, bricklayer’s lab. b Cambridge


Daniel Kefford, 36, lab. lime kiln, b Gt Abington

Eliza, 34, b Ashdon, deaf from birth

Rosy, 11, b Linton

George F, 7, b Linton

Florence E, 2, b Cambridge

William, 4 mos, b Cambridge



Christopher Chapman, 37, general labourer, b Chesterton

Susan, 35, b Cambridge

Florence, 12, b Chesterton

Lizzie Maria, 9, b Cambridge

George Christian, 6, b Cambridge

Albert Edward, 3, b Cambridge


Elizabeth Newman, widow, 66, b Gloucs

Kate James, boarder, 21, b Cambridge

1901 (178)

Tobias Barrett, head, 42, railway labourer, b Lincs

Rose, 36, b London

Flora M, 4, b Cambridge

Jemima Newman, head, 50, widow, b Bourn


J Newman, 60, private means, b Bourne


Mrs Newman


R E Hall, confectioner


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