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16, 17, 18 Clarendon Street

16 Clarendon Street

History of 16 Clarendon Street

1861:

(Entry 70) Edward Thompson, 73, Cabinet Maker, b. Cambridge

Sarah C Thompson, 60 , b. Cambridge

Mary A Thompson, 31, ?, b. Cambridge

Mary A Rogers, 20, Governess? b. Cambridge

Ester Allgood, 13, Servant, b. Cambridge

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1871:

Samuel Bailey, 46, retired Tailor, b. Long Lawson, Leics

Fanny Bailey, 26, b. Potton Beds

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1881:

Thomas Coulson, 41, Baker & Publican, b. Cambridge

Esther Coulson, 31, b. Swanton Morley, Norfolk

Esther Bevis Coulson, 7, b. Cambridge

Lillie Coulson, 8m, b. Cambridge

Ellen Trollope, 12, b. Shipham, Norfolk

MRC

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/bevis-esther/

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1891:

Thomas Coulson, 51, Baker (Master), b. Cambridge

Esther Coulson, 41, b. Swanton Morley, Norfolk

Esther Bevis Coulson, 17, b. Cambridge

Lillie Coulson, 10, b. Cambridge

Marguerite Coulson, 6, b. Cambridge

Thomas R E Coulson, 3, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Bevis, Mother-in-Law, 85, b. East Dereham, Norfolk

MRC

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/bevis-esther/

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1901:

Harry W Sale, 34, Corn Merchant & Companions? Agent, b. Astwick, Beds

Emily Sale, 36, b. Weston Colville, Cambs

Edward W Sale, 12, b. Gt Wilbraham

Antoine S Sale, 7, b. Gt Wilbraham

Harry S Sale, 3, b. Cambridge

Grace E Sale, 9, b. Gt Wilbraham

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1911:

Harry W Sale, 44, Corn Merchant Seed Agent, b. Astwick, Beds

Emily Sale, 46, b. Weston Colville, Cambs

Edward William Sale, 22, Insurance Clerk (Ocean? Accient Ins), b. Gt Wilbraham

Grace Emily Sale, 19, Typist (University College), b. Gt Wilbraham

Antonie Louis Sale, 17, Printer’s Aprentice (Chronicle Office), b. Cambridge

Harry S Sale, 13, b. Cambridge

Mabel A Ethel Joan Sale, 4

Additional & seperate entry for #16:

John Llewelyn Davis, 31, Secretary Schoolmaster, b. Ferryside, Camarthernshire

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1913:

William R Plumb

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1962: not listed

 

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