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Prince of Wales by Edward Mayland circa 1861

2 Clarendon Street

History of 2 Clarendon Street

1851:

George Roinson, 59, Butler, b. Hitchin

Sarah Roinson, 58, b. Hitchin

Helen Roinson, 19, Asst Teacher, b. Cambridge

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1861:

William Mayland, 39, Photographer, b. Unknown

Mary Mayland, 28, Actress, Ireland

Maria Morley, 20, Domestic Servant, b. Abington, Cambs

William was later “Photographer to the Queen”:

http://www.machadoink.com/William%20Mayland.htm

http://www.fadingimages.uk/photoMas.asp

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1871:

Frederick Metcalf, 28, Stationer, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Metcalf, 30, b. Saffron Walden

Frederick Metcalf, 3, b. Cambridge

Frank Metcalf, 1, b. Cambridge

Mary Metcalf, 1m, b. Cambridge

Emma Rae, 36, b. Saffron Walden

Martha King, 17, Domestic Servant, b. Oakington, Cambs

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1874 / 1878 Spalding:

Edward Doo (sic), painter (1878)

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1881:

Edward Duce, 48, Painter & Plumber, b. Barkway, Herts

Anne Duce, 52, b. Hauxton, Cambs

Hetty Duce, 13, Scholar, Chesterton, Cambs

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1891:

(Entry 100) – previous entry 99 is #!3 Orchard Street

Elizabeth Chapman, 76, Widow, Living on her own means, b. Cambridge

Annie Gifford, 21, Servant, b. Gt Shelford

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1901:

Elizabeth Chapman, 84, Widow, Living on own means, b. Cambridge

Augusta M Hopkins, 47, b. Caxton, Cambs

Annie Giffors, 30, Servant, b. Little Shelford

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1911:

Sarah Annie Harding, 48, Lodging Housekeeper, b. Dullingham

Herbert Francis Llewellyn Williams, 21, Boarder, b.London

Wilfred Robert John Copplestone, 20, b. Drayton, Berks

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1913 Spalding:

John William Lucchesi (note that Frederick Lucchesi is living at #4)

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