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259 (164) Newmarket Road

History of 259 Newmarket Road

1901 (164)

Alfred Harrison, exhauster man Gas Works


Lizzie, 25, jam factory, b Cambridge

Alfred, 18, labourer brick works, b Cambridge

Mary, 13,

Richard, 8

Lottie, 6, b Cambridge


Alfred Harrison, 60, engine driver gas works, b Cambridge

Mary, 54, b Cambridge

Mary, 21, jam factory hand, b Cambridge

Richard, 19, brick maker, b Cambridge

Beaty, 17, jam factory, b Cambridge

After his marriage, Richard moved to 4 Portland Place. He became a private in the Cambridgeshire Regiment and died in England in 1916.


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