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16, 17, 18 Clarendon Street

17 Clarendon Street

History of 17 Clarendon Street


Two entries

(entry 68) Thomas Jiggins, 48, College Servant, b.Cambridge

Louisa Jiggins, 42, b. Waringford, Essex

Albert Jiggins, 7, b. Cambridge

Georgina Jiggins, 11, b. Cambridge

(entry 69) Thomas Marshall, 54, ? Keeper, b.Newbury, Berks

Mary Marshall, 67, b. Bloomfield, Essex


George Shaw, 36, College Servant, b. Reach, Cambs

Mary Ann Shaw, 34, b. Streatham, Cambs

Ellen Shaw, 6, b. Cambridge

Herbert Shaw, 1, b. Cambridge

Lucy Shaw, new-born,  Cambridge

Mary Edwards, 34, Domestic Servant, b. Cambridge


Henry Hawkes


Richard Henry Hawkes, 47, College Servant

Ann Hawkes, 46, College Servant, b. Bucknell, Northamptonshire

Henry Hawkes, 15, b. Ouphdale, Beds

Percy Hawkes, 14, b. Ouphdale, Beds

Alfred Hawkes, 12, b. Northamptonshire

Ellen Reynolds, 26, Servant, b. Shudy Camps, Cambs

Mill Road Cemetery:

1884 -1887

Harry Benfield, college servant (1884 & 1887)


Esther Stearn, 44, Lodging House Keeper, b. Coton

Albert E Stearn, 16, Hosier’s Errand Boy, b. Cambridge


John Bishop, gardener


Entry 60

William R Giffen, 47, Carpenter & Joiner, b. Kneesworth, Cambs

Lydia Giffen, 44, b. Lambeth, London

William E Giffen, 17, b. Cambridge

Alfred G Giffen, 16, b. Cambridge

Percy A Giffen, 13, b. Cambridge

Gasie M Giffen, 10, b. Cambridge

Family were at #14 in previous census

Mill Road Cemetery


Lydia Giffen, 54, Married, Lodging House Keeper, b. Lambeth, London

Gertrude May Giffen, 20, b. Cambridge

Family were at #14 in 1881 census



William E Giffen, carpenter




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