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Emmanuel Street - buildings demolished circa 1911 (MoC 633/55)

9 Emmanuel Lane / Street

History of 9 Emmanuel Street


Mary Cropley

Mary, 20

Henry, 14,



Mary Wood, 25, servant


9 Emmanuel Lane

William Cropley, 57, cordwainer, b Cambridge

Mary, 57, laundress, b Northants

Eliza, 26, laundress, b Cambridge

James, 21, labourer, b Cambridge


John Daniels, fly proprietor


Jane, 23, seamstress, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 19, seamstress, b Cambridge

John Daniels Haggis, grandson, 7, b Cambridge

Jane Daniel, 1, granddaughter, b Cambridge


John Daniels, 75, fly proprietor, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 76, b Swavesey

George Ottard, son in law, 32, fly driver, b London

Jane Ottard, daughter, 31,

John D Haggis, grandson, 17, clerk, b Cambridge

Jane Daniels, granddaughter, 11


Percy J Lambert, cab proprietor

Emily S

Emily K

Percy J

Elizabeth Chapman, 15, servant, b Chesterton


Percy John Lambert, 37, cab proprietor, b Cambridge

Emily Sophia, 38, b Cambridge

Emily Kate, 13, b Cambridge

Percy John, 11, chorister boy, b Cambridge

Clara Cook, servant, 15, b Cambridge


Henry Edwards, 30, cab proprietor, b Cambridge





Frederick Newman, cousin, 31, groom, b Cambridge

Fanny Newman, aunt, 52, b Cambridge

Herbert Edwards, brother, 20, cycle maker, b Cambridge


Ellen Marion Edwards, wife, 41, cab proprietress, b Cambridge

Emilie Marion, 15, b Cambridge

Constance Mary, 12, b Cambridge

Ida Edwards, 11, b Cambridge

Ellen Dorothy, 9, b Cambridge

Kathleen Mary, 7, b Cambridge

Henry Arthur, 3, b Cambridge

Albert Branch, 40, cab driver, b Cambridge


William Farrow, head gardener Emmanuel College


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