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Emmanuel Street - buildings demolished circa 1911

10 Emmanuel Lane / Street

History of 10 Emmanuel Street

1841

Elizabeth Rutter, 45, widow

Elizabeth, 16

Charlotte, 14,

Harriet, 13,

Eleanor, 11,

Elizabeth Swan, 20, servant


1851

10 Emmanuel Lane

Elizabeth Rutter, widow, 55, lodging house keeper, b Cambridge


1861

vacant


1871

Anne Pearl, 34, governess

Georgine Read, servant, 17, b Norfolk


1881

Anne Pearl, 45, b Essex

Mary Bowtell, 14, servant, b Hauxton


1891

Alfred Walker, 34, teacher of music, b Cambridge

Matilda, 25, b Kent

Enid, 1, b Cambridge

Kathleen Win, 1 mth, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Pett, 19, servant, b Sawston


1901

Jacob Ward, 56, b Cambridge, auxilliary postman

Jane R, 56, b Fulbourn, caretaker


1911

Frederick Thurgood, 36, general labourer, b Cambs

Elizabeth, 50, wife, b Cambs


1913

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