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19 Hobson Street

History of 19 Hobson Street

precise location unknown

1861:

James Carter, 44, carpenter and paperhanger, b Cambridge

Susan, 32, dressmaker, b Cambridge

William Hubert, 14, b Cambridge

George Albert, 13, b Cambridge

Louisa Elizabeth, 11, b Cambridge


1871:

James Carter, 52, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Susan, 45, b Cambridge

George, 23, paper hanger, b Cambridge

Luisa, 21, milliner, b Cambridge

Lucy, 14, b Cambridge


1881:

James Carter, 64, journeyman paperhanger, b Cambridge

Susan, 58, b Cambridge

Louisa, 30, housemaid out place, b Cambridge

Lucy, 23, book folder, b Cambridge


1891:

Hannah Carter, head, single, 71, living on own means, b Cambridge

Helen L, niece, 8, b Cambridge

Jane Claydon, 20, servant, b Suffolk


1901:

Francis M Arliss, 61, teacher of music, b Cambridge

Eliza Whybro, 47, tie maker, b Cambridge


1911:

Charles Arliss, 34, jobbing printer, b Cambridge

Emilie, 34, b Middlesex

Charles Stanley, 9, b Cambridge

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