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11 Melbourne Place

History of 11 Melbourne Place

UK Census:


Henry Tuck, 35,

Mary Ann Tuck, 35

Elizabeth Casbott, 20, Servant


Henry Tuck, 47, brazier, b Cambridge


Thomas Tofts, 36, cashier, b Cambridge

Isabella Tofts, 33, b Cambridge

Thomas, 10, b Cambridge

Elizabeth A, 9, b Cambridge

Arthur, 8, b Cambridge

Edward, 6, b Cambridge


Thomas Branch, 32, College Servant, b. Cambridge

Mary Branch, 30, b. Cambridge

Ellen Branch, 3m, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Wilkins, 73, Boarder, Annuitant, b. Melbourne, Cambridge


Thomas Branch, 42, College Servant, b. Cambridge

Mary Branch, 40, b. Cambridge

Ellen Branch, 10, b. Cambridge

George Thos Branch, 8, b. Cambridge

William Branch, 5, b. Cambridge

Emily Mary Branch, 3, b. Cambridge


Thomas Branch, 52, College Butler, b. Cambridge

Ellen Branch (daughter), 20, School Teacher, b. Cambridge

George T Branch, 18, Chemist’s Apprentice, b. Cambridge

William Branch, 15, b. Cambridge

Emily Branch, 13, b. Cambridge

Sarah Doughty (sister-in-law), 49, Housekeeper, b. North Carlton, Lincs


John E Jaggs, 58, Painter, b. Fulbourne

Martha Jaggs, 29, Dress Maker, b. Fulbourn

Hilda Jaggs, 14, b. Fulbourn

Henry King (boarder), 59, Living by own means, b. Fulbourn


John Ellis Jaggs, 68, House Painter, b. Fulbourn

Eliza Jaggs, 63, b. Fulbourn

Martha Jaggs, 38, Dress Maker, b. Fulbourn

Ellis Jaggs, 26, House Painter, b. Fulbourn

Hilda Jaggs, 24, b. Fulbourn

Henry Walter King (boarder), 74, b. Fulbourn


John Ellis, painter

Miss Jaggs, dressmaker


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