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15 Clarendon Street

History of 15 Clarendon Street

1861:

John Edwards, 53, Town ?, b. Cambridge

Harriet Edwards, 28, b. Cambridge

Alfred Edwards, 13, b. Gt Wilbraham, Cambridge

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1871:

Frederick J Smith, 24, Hosier, b. Cambridge

Mary C Smith, b. Burwell, Cambs

Florence J Smith, 1, b. Cambridge

Louise M W Smith, 1m, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Bird, 18, Domestic Servant, b. Unknown

Mary A Westwood, 52, Nurse, b. Orwell, Cambs

………..

1881:

Frederick J Smith, 34, Commission Agent, b. Cambridge

Mary Chapman Smith, 36, b. Swaffham Prior, Cambs

Florence Cecile J Smith, 11, b. Cambridge

Maud Alice Louise Smith, 10, b. Cambridge

Augusta Maud Mary Smith, 8, b. Cambridge

Peter Francis Fredc Smith 7, b. Cambridge

Claude Albert Edwd Smith, 3, b. Cambridge

Ernest Victor George Smith, 3, b. Cambridge

………..

1887:

William Plumb, tobacconist’s assistant (1887)

………….

1891:

William R Plumb, 30, Tobacconist, b. Six Mile Bottom

Emma F Plumb, 34, b. Cambridge

Minnie E Plumb, 5, b. Cambridge

Jeine (Jesse?) E Plumb, 3, b. Cambridge

Gertrude E Plumb, 11m, b. Cambridge

Sarah Rickard, Mother-in-Law, 54, b. Cambridge

…………

1901:

William R Plumb, 40, Waiter?, b. Cambridge

Emma F Plumb, 44, b. Cambridge

Minnie E Plumb, 15, b. Cambridge

Jeine (Jesse?) E Plumb, 13, b. Cambridge

Gertrude E Plumb, 10, b. Cambridge

Sarah Richard, Mother-in-Law, 65, b. Cambridge

…………

1911:

E G J Burbage, 41, Hotel Cook, b. Cambridge

E A Burbage, 40, Duxford

D A Burbage, 17, Milliner’s Apprentice, b. Cambridge

L M Burbage, 11, b. Cambridge

………….

1913:

John Edward Burbage

 

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