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8 Hobson Street

History of 8 Hobson Street

1861: 8 Hobson Street

George Freeman, 57, tinman and publican, b Cambridge

Ann, 52, b Cambridge

Samuel, relative, 43, tinman and brazier, b Cambridge

George, 22, printer and compositor, b Cambridge

Alfred, 20, b Cambridge


1871: No 8 9 & 10.

Joseph Cook, 58, cabinet maker, b Cottenham

Eliza, 58, b Chesterton

Joseph E, 18, b Cambridge

Fanny Albery, 19, servant, b Suffolk


1881:

Joseph Cooke, 68, Upholdeste [?] Alderman Boro Council, b Cottenham

Eliza, 68, b Chesterton

May Ann Brown, 25, housemaid, b Isleham

Ronald Mc Neill, boarder, 20, undergrad Univ Camb., b Devon


1891:

Eliza Cooke, widow, 78, living on own means, b Chesterton

Mary Brown, 36, servant, b Isleham


1901:

Eliza Cooke, 88, independent means, b Chesterton

Mary Brown, 46, housekeeper, b Isleham

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