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14 Hobson Street

History of 14 Hobson Street

1861:

Alfred Driver, 36, baker, b Cambridge

Eliza, 38, b Newmarket

Alfred John, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Arthur, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge

Walter, 11, errand boy, b Cambridge

Harriet, 5, b Cambridge

George, 4ms, b Cambridge


1871:

Eliza Driver, 49, charwoman, b Newmarket

Walter, 22, french polisher, b Cambridge

Frank, 20, labourer, b Cambridge

Harriet, 14, b Cambridge

George, 10, b Cambridge

Susan Endersley, 18, b Lincs

Walter Endersley, 18, b Cambridge


1881:

Eliza Deeks, 38, housekeeper, b Suffolk

Ada Payne, niece, 6, b Cambridge

Arthur Payne, nephew, 3, b Cambridge

Kate Payne, niece, 2, b Cambridge


1891: used as workshop


1901: uninhabited shop

 

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