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33 Clarendon Street

History of 33 Clarendon Street

1861:

Charles Ed Tuxford (census spells as Luxford), 34, Boot Closer, b. Cambridge

Emma Tuxford, 33, b. Cambridge


1871:

Charles Tuxford, 43, Collector of Market Tolls, b. Cambridge

Emma Tuxord, 43, b. Cambridge

Charles Stearn, 11, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Ann Stearn, 47, Wife of Turnpike Gate Keeper, b. Kettering


1881:

Charles Tuxford, 53, Toll Collector, b. Cambridge

Emma Tuxord, 53, b. Cambridgef


1891:

Entry 178 –  address corrected as #33

Amos Waller, 39, Tailor’s Cutter, b. Pimlico

Mary Waller, 36, b. Pimlico

Charles Waller, 3, b. Cambridge

Rosie Searle, 13, Servant, b. Comberton


1901:

Emma Miller, 79, Widow, Living on own means, b. Ashdon, Essex


1911:

Thomas Reginald Dennis, 27, Sorting Clerk & Telegraphist, b. Cambridge

Alice Louisa Dennis, 47, Sister, b. Cambridge

MRC

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/dennis-alice-louisa/


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