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26 Clarendon Street

History of 26 Clarendon Street

1861:

Thomas Williams, 51, Tailor, b. St Ives

Benjamin Williams, 14, b. Cambridge

Thomas Williams, 9, b. Cambridge

Mary Ann Williams, 46 (sister-in-law), b. Holborn, London

Martha Rayner, 13, Servant, b. Barton, Cambs


1871:

homas Williams, 61, Tailor b. St Ives

Benjamin Williams, 24, Tailor, b.Cambridge

Thomas Williams, 19, Tailor, b.Cambridge


1878:

Benjamin Williams (1878)


1881:

Benjamin P Williams, 34, Tailor, b. Comberton, Cambs

Elizabeth M Williams, 33, Norwich

Ernest A Williams, 5, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Bertie W Williams, 2, b. Cambridge

Benjamin K Williams, 3m, b. Cambridge

John S Austin (brother), 19, Student, b. Aylsham, Norfolk

Charlotte Mynott, 16, Servant, b. Sawston, Cambs

Mill Road Cemetery

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/williams-benjamin-p/


1891:

Entry 172/Page 24

Benjamin P Williams, 43, Tailor, b. Comberton, Cambs

Elizabeth M Williams, 42, Norwich

Ernest A Williams, 15, Pupil Teacher, b. Cambridge

Bertie W Williams, 12, b. Cambridge

Benjamin K Williams, 10, b. Cambridge

Stanley Williams, 8, b. Cambridge

William E Williams, 4, b. Cambridge

Mill Road Cemetery

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/williams-benjamin-p/


1901:

Entry 172/Page 24

Benjamin P Williams, 43, Tailor, b. Comberton, Cambs

Elizabeth M Williams, 42, Norwich

Ernest A Williams, 15, Pupil Teacher, b. Cambridge

Bertie W Williams, 12, b. Cambridge

Benjamin K Williams, 10, b. Cambridge

Stanley Williams, 8, b. Cambridge

William E Williams, 4, b. Cambridge

Mill Road Cemetery

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/williams-benjamin-p/


1911:

Harry Fleet Turner, 31, Compositer (printer), b. Cambridge

Florence Kate Turner, 22, b. Cambridge

 

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