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12 Melbourne Place

History of 12 Melbourne Place

UK Census:


George Hammond, 44, inland revenue clerk, b Beds

Sarah, 43, b Yorks

Sarah Ann, 16, draper’s assistant, b Durham

Martha, 13, b London

Ann, 11, b London

Alfred, 8, b Herts

Mary A Seymour, 17, servant, b Cambridge


Thomas W Jiggins, 58, College Servant, b. Cambridge

Louisa Ann Jiggins, 52, College Servant, b. Wormingford, Essex

Henrietta L Jiggins, 23, b. Cambridge


Richard Wallis, Solicitor’s Clerk


Sarah Elizth Harvey, 48, Widow, Lodging Housekeeper, b. Cambridge

Elizth Phoebe Harvey, 24, b. Cambridge

Herbert George Harvey, 20, Bookseller, b. Cambridge

Marianne Sarah Harvey, 16, Draper’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Matthew Chas Fredc Harvey, 11, b. Cambridge

William Newban Woodrich, 22, Boarder, Railway Clerk, b. Peterborough


Mrs Elizabeth Smith, Lodging House Keeper


Henry J T Adam, 33, Telegraph Clerk, Civil Service, b. North Carlton, Lincs

Elizabeth M Adam, 31, b. Cambridge

Maud M Adam, 10, b. Cambridge

Mildred E Adam, 8, b. Cambridge

Grace F Adam, 7, b. Cambridge

Albert E Adam, 5, b. Cambridge

Harod V Adam, 4, b. Cambridge

Gertrude E Adam, 1, b. Cambridge

Leslie N Adam, 2m, b. Cambridge


Henry J T Adams, 43, Assistant illegible & Postal Telegraph, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Adams, 41, b. Cambridge

Gertrude E Adams, 11, b. Cambridge

Reginald P Adams, 5, b. Cambridge


Henry John Thomas Adams, 54, Illegible Postal Telegraph, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Mary Adams, 51, b. Cambridge

Mildred Etherl Adams, 28, b. Cambridge

Albert Edward Adams, 25, b. Cambridge

Mary Adams, 17, b. Cambridge

Reginald Penrose Adams, 15, b. Cambridge


Henry J T Adams, telegraph clerk GPO


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