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84 (35/36) Newmarket Road

History of 84 Newmarket Road

1901 (both 35 and 36 Newmarket Road are in 1901 in the approximate position of 84 in 1913)


James Powley, 42, cab proprietor, b Norfolk

Harriett, 40, b Cambs

James, 18, doctor’s coachman, b Cambridge

Sidney, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Annie, 12, b Cambridge

William, 10, b Cambridge

Dora, 6, b Cambridge

Edward, under 1 mos, b Cambridge


Charles Pledger, 45, printer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 35, b Cambridge

George, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge

Florence, 12, b Cambridge

Louie Watson, step daughter, 17, laundress, b Cambridge

Frederick Watson, step son, 8, b Cambridge


Joseph Redfarn, milkman


Challis and Son, fishing tackle dealers


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