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12 Hobson Street

History of 12 Hobson Street

1861:

Jane Tuffill, widow, 45, parochial relief, b Willingham

Jabez, 15, apprentice, b Cambridge

Priscilla, 13, b Cambridge

Julia, 11, b Cambridge

Ebenezer, 9, b Cambridge

Amelia,1, b Cambridge


1871:

James Bye, 30, labourer

Mary A, 27,

George, 6,

Thomas, 5,

Alfred, 2,

Alice A, 1,


1881:

James Bye, 39, coal porter, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 37, mangle woman, b Hinxton

George, 16, grocers porter, b Hinxton

Thomas, 15, errand boy, b Hinxton

Alfred, 12, b Cambridge

Emily, 9, b Cambridge

Mary, 7, b Cambridge

Alice, 5, b Cambridge

Harriet, 1, b Cambridge

Kate, 4 ms, b Cambridge


1891:

James Bye, 50, general labourer, b Cambridge

Mary A, 47, b Hinxton

George H, 26, grocers porter, b Hinxton

Alfred, 22, iron work moulder, b Cambridge

Harriett, 11, b Cambridge

Kate, 10, b Cambridge

William, 9, b Cambridge


1901: uninhabited

 

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