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13 - 15 Clarendon Street

13 Clarendon Street

History of 13 Clarendon Street


Susan S Carter, 40, Dress Maker, b.Cambridge

Hanah Carter, 38, b.Cambridge

Jane Carter, 50, b. Cambridge

Selina Edwards, 19, Servant, b.Cambridge

Charles Swearse, 32, Lodger, b. Arbridge, Lincs



William H C Smith, 25, Hosier, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth J Smith, 22

William S E Smith, 1m, b. Cambridge

Harriet Dennis, 18, Domestic Servant, b. Burwell, Cambs


1874 – 1878:

Thomas Hayward (1874) then H W Brown (1878)



Henry Williamson Brown, 33, Grocer, b. Cambridge

Emma Henrietta, Brown, 29, b. London

Harry Percy Brown, 5, b. Cambridge

Annie Emma Wallis Brown, 4, b. Cambridge

Mill Road Cemetery (with photo):



Henry W Brown, 43, Grocer’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Emma H Brown, 38, b. Camden Town

Harry P Brown, 15, Grocer’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Anne F W Brown 14, b. Cambridge

Eric H Brown, 11m, b. Cambridge

Sarah Deeks, 26, Servant, b. Cambridge

Mary Ann Beaumont, 16, Servant, b. Cambridge

Mill Road Cemetery (with photo):



Henry William Brown, agent for the University and Town Fire, the Northern Fire and Life,and Railway Passenger Accidental Assurance Companies.



Henry W Brown, 53, Grocer’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Emma E Brown, 47, b. Camden Town

Annie Brown 22, b. Cambridge

Eric R Brown, 10, b. Cambridge

Bertha King, 18, Servant, b. Soham

Caroline Fordham, 16, Servant, b. Soham




William Plumb, 50, Hotel Waiter, b. Cambridge

Emma Plumb, 50, b. Cambridge

Minnie Plumb, 25, b. Cambridge

Jessie Plumb, 23, b. Cambridge

Mertie Plumb, 20, b. Cambridge

Percy Bailey, 22, College Cook, b. Colchester

William was living at #15 at the time of the 1901 & 1891 census



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