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1936, Blue Book

5 Emmanuel Lane / Street

History of 5 Emmanuel Street


Thomas Arber, 29,  shoe


Ann, 35


George Poyntington, 36,  cook, b London

Ellen, wife, 30, b Norfolk

John Bovell, son, 15, boot closer, b Norfolk


Ann Bull, 27, straw bonnet maker, b Landbeach

Sophia, sister, 18, straw bonnet maker, b Landbeach

Mary Ann Frohock, 18,  straw bonnet maker, b Waterbeach


Philip Saint

Mary, bedmaker

Charles, 29, bootmaker, b Cambridge

William, 26, bootmaker, b cambridge

George, 18, stonemason


Philip Saint, 63, bootmaker, b Hunts

Mary, 65, b Suffolk

George, son, 28, stone mason,

Alma Saint, son’s wife, 26,


George Saint, 38, stonemason, b Cambridge

Alma, 36, b Cambs

Russell G, 7, b Cambridge

Harry S R, 3, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Edwards, sister in law, 42, widow, laundress, b Cambs


Jabez Maskell, 34, printer compositor, b Ely

Annie, 36, b Sussex

Herbert, 7, b Sussex

Ernest J, 6, b Cambridge

Archibald, 3, b Cambridge


Benjamin Moore, 55, saddler and harness maker, b Essex

Martha Jane, 54, b Essex

Dorothy Wyndlow Moore, daughter, 20, assistant teacher, b Cambridge

Alice Windley, boarder, 28, assistant teacher, b Notts


Benjamin Moore, saddle and harness maker


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