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9 Clarendon Street

History of 9 Clarendon Street


William Wooton, 27, Solicitor’s Managing Clerk, b. Cambridge

Mary E Wooton, 20, b. Cambridge

Anne S Wooton, 2m, b. Cambridge

Sophia Favell, 17, b. Cambridge

Geo W Swann, 26, Lodger, Banker’s Clerk, b. Huntingdon


John Vail, 23, Whitesmith Bell Hanger, b. Cambridge

Mary A Vail, 27, b. Heckfield, Hampshire


Wikipedia on Whitesmith:


Elizabeth Freeman, 49, Dress Maker, b.Cambridge

Samuel Freeman, 52, ? Plate Worker, b. Cambridge

Frances S Ricket, 14, General Servant, b. Fen Ditton, Cambs

1874 – 1878

James Dimmock (1874 & 1878)


Saunders Read Negus, 44, Printer & Compositer, b. Chatteris

Agnes Newitt Negus, 40, b. Cambridge

Walter James Negus, 13, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Albert Edward, 12, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Agnes Elizabeth W Negus, 9, b. Cambridge

Sarah Ann Sulman, 16, Servant, b. Elsworth, Cambs

William John Humphrey, 17, Boarder, Mathematical Student, b. St Pancras

Charles George Gordon Vaudin, 18,  Undergraduate (Cambridge), b. St Helens, Jersey

Mill Road Cemeterey:

1884 – 87

James C Wing, clerk, (1884) then Mrs S E Chiddinton, lodging house keeper (1887)


Salome E Chiddenton, 37, Dress Maker, b. Cambridge

Salome Driver (mother), 73, b. Hargrave, Suffolk

Florence M Badcock, 17, Servant, , b. Cambridge


Mrs Salome E Chiddington


Swan R Stockbridge, 37, Draper’s Assistant, b. Harston

Annie C Stockbridge, 31, b. Milborne St Andrew, Dorset

Norah Stockbridge, 1m, b. Cambridge

Eliza Davis, 52, Mother-in-law, b. Milborne


Swan R Stockbridge, 46, Draper’s Assistant, b. Harston

Annie C Stockbridge, 40, b. Millton, Dorset

Norah Stockbridge, 10, b. Cambridge



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