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31 Clarendon Street

History of 31 Clarendon Street

1861:

(31 & 32)

Lewis Rootham, 42, builder & carpenter, b. Cambridge

Lucy, 40, b. Cambridge

Lewis Richmond, 14, b. Cambridge

Joseph Harry, 12, b. Cambridge

Anne Maria, 10, b. Cambridge

Arthur Samuel, 6, b. Cambridge

Fanny Louisa, 4, b. Cambridge

George Fredk, 1, b. Cambridge


1871:

Charles D Banham, 57, Tailor, b. Yarmouth, Norfolk

Rebecca Handley, 36, Housekeeper, b. Cherry Hinton, Cambs

Link to Mill Road Cemetrey:

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/banham-alice-b/


1881:

George W Throssell, 32, Accountant, b. Huntingdon

Frances Throssell, 32, b. St Ives

Percy W Throssell, 6, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Sydney R, Throssell, 5, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Fanny L Throssell, 3, b. Cambridge

Henen P Throssell, 2, b. Cambridge

Alice Ambrose, 17, Servant, b. Cambridge

Mill Road Cemeterey

Ann Elizabeth Banham; Frances Throssell; Sydney Robert Throssell; George William Throssell

George & Frances moved away, but were back in Clarendon Street at #19 in the 1911 census.

Frances was the daughter of Robert & Mary Banham, and is buried with her sister (Ann Elizabeth Banham) in MRC.

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/banham-ann-elizabeth/

The entry for Ann explains that she was the niece of Daniel & Harriet Banham.  Daniel & Harriet’s son Charles was living at #31 in 1871.  He is also buried in MRC.

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/banham-alice-b/


1884 – 1887:

Arthur Kirbyshire, pawnbroker’s assistant (1884 & 1887)

MRC

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/kirbyshire-arthur/


1891: no mention


1895:

William Bevis, baker


1901:

Harry E Langford, 48, Fishmonger & Poulterer, b. Cambridge

Alice Langford, 47, b. Cambridge


1911:

Harry Emma Langford, 55, Fishmonger, b. Cambridge

Alice Langford, 54, b. Cambridge


1913:

Henry Langford

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