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Burleigh Place, Burleigh Street

History of Burleigh Place, Burleigh Street

The original buildings disappeared in the development of the Kite in the 1970s.



Alfred Shadbolt, 42, widower, cabdriver, b Cambridge

Stanley Arthur, 11, b Cambridge

Gwedline Irine, 9, b Cambridge

Doris Edith, 7, b Cambridge

Herbert Harold Norman, 5, b Cambridge

Susnah Morley, 60, housekeeper, b Cambridge

In 1915, when Mr Shadbolt was prosecuted by the NSPCC the family were at 90 New Street.


2. Walter Hawkes, butcher’s slaughter house

3. Mrs Bullen

4. Thomas Barrett, labourer

5. Robert Reed

6. Richard Barrett, labourer

7. Mrs Parker

8. Walter Rolls, tailor

9. Abraham Langford

10. Mrs Hayden

11. Mrs Emily C Ransome, charwoman

12. Mrs Doggett

13. Frederick Williams

14. James Sherringham

15. Mrs Ludman

16. Mrs Dye

17. George Clark, labourer

18. Mrs O’Hare

19. E J Hempstead, labourer

20. Mrs Nelson

21, Mrs Betson


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