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4 Clarendon Street

History of 4 Clarendon Street


Charles Heslop, 33, Compositor & Machinist, b. Cambridge

Charlotte Heslop, 33, b. Cambridge

Presumably Haslop – see #6 in 1861



Alfred Darby, 40, Solicitor’s General Clerk, b. Bury, Suffolk

Caroline Darby, 37, b. Cambridge

Arthur Darby, 7, b. Cambridge

Frederick, 4, b. Cambridge

Emily L Darby, 2, b. Cambridgeb. Cambridge

Wilm S Darby, 4, b. Cambridge



Alfred Darby, 50, Solicitor’s Clerk, b.Bury, Suffolk

Caroline Darby, 46, b. Cambridge

Arthur Darby, 17, Solicitor’s Clerk, b. Cambridge

Frederick, 14, Architect’s Clerk, b. Cambridge

Emily L Darby, 12, b. Cambridgeb. Cambridge

Wilm S Darby, 10, b. Cambridge

Alice Mary Darby, 5, b. Cambridge

Alexander Knox, 22, Lodger, Undergraduate, b. Rennington, Middlesex

Mill Road Cemetery:


Caroline Darby, 56, Widow, Lodging House Keeper, b. Cambridge

Frederick George Darby, 24, Private 73rd Regiment, b. Cambridge

Emily Louisa Darby, 22, Schoolmistress, b. Cambridge

William Darby, 20, Solicitor’s General Clerk, b. Cambridge

Alice Mary Darby, 15, Milliner’s Apprentice, b. Cambridge

James Alexander Herbert, 18, Boarder, Student, b. Gateshead, Durham

James Rose Rogers, Boarder, Cabinet maker, b. Gamlingay, Cambs

Mill Road Cemetery:

1884 / 1887

Chas Steeley (sic), printer (1884 & 1887)


Elizabeth Steley, 34, Widow, Lodging House Keeper, b. Cambridge

Flora Allensby, 18, visitor, b. Cambridge

MRC – possibly


Helen Stembridge Hayward, 47, Living on own means, b. Guilden Morden, Cambs


Frederick Herbert Lucchesi, 44, Bootmaker Foreman and Cutter, b. Cambridge

Susan Maria Lucchesi, 45, b. Cambridge

Rosetta Catherine Lucchesi, 19, Milliner, b. Cambridge

Gwendoline Rita Lucchesi, 6, b. Cambridge

Shaik Mohomed Mir, 22, Boarder, Law Student, b. Khurja U P, Visitor

Mill Road Cemetery:


Frederick Lucchesi


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