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15 Hobson Street

History of 15 Hobson Street

1861:

William Holliday, 36, gardener, b Chatteris

Elizabeth, 32, b Spalding

Mary Ann, 1 m, b Spalding


1871:

Joseph Thring, 30, French polisher, b Cambridge

Mary, 32, b Burwell

Harriet, 3, b Cambridge

William, 2, b Cambridge

Mary A, 1, b Cambridge


1881:

Mary Ann Thring, 42, french polisher to trade,

Harriet, 13,

William, 12, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 11,

Jane, 9,

Joseph, 7,


1891:

Mary A Thring, 52, french polisher, b Burwell

Harriett, 23, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 21, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Jane, 19, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Joseph, 17, French polisher, b Cambridge


1901: house

Mary A Thring, 62, widow, French polisher, b Burwell

Mary A, 31, dressmaker, b Cambridge


1911;

Alan Neech, 26, painter, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 52, mother, b Newmarket

Lizzie, 21, sister, general servant, b Cambridge

Marion, 20, sister, packer sweeets, b Cambridge


1913:

A E Whitehead, fruiterer

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