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13 Melbourne Place

History of 13 Melbourne Place

UK Census:

1841:

Robert Naylor, 30, Stone Mason, not Cambs

Robert Naylor, 10

Thomas Naylor, 7


1851:

Robert Naylor, 40, Stone Mason, b. Isle of Wight

Sarah Naylor, 43, b. Cambridge

Robert R Naylor, 19, App Stone Mason, b. Cambridge

Thomas Naylor, 16, b. Cambridge


1861:

William Dunn, 46, tailor, b Lincs

Mary A, 47, laundress, b Cambridge

Henry W, 20, valet, b Cambridge

Susan M, 18, b Cambridge

Frederick F, 13, b Cambridge


1871:

Richard Wallis, 26, Solicitor’s Clerk, b. Cambridge

Deborah Wallis, 26, b. Cambridge

Ralph R Wallis, 7m, b. Cambridge

Henry Wilkin, 29, Boarder, Ironmonger’s Assistant, b. Cambridge


1878:

Joseph Rogers, Watchmaker


1881:

Jessie Rogers, 47, Widow, University Lodgings, b. Edinburgh

Robert Rogers, 28, b. Ripon

Wm L A Rogers, 1, b. Finsbury

Richard Earle, 31, Lodger, Undergraduate Curate of Teversham, b. London


1884:

Charles Simpson, Painter


1891:

Percy C Fitzgerald, 24, Draper Master, b. Earls Colne, Essex

Mary F Fitzgerald, 30, Draper’s Assistant, b. Binbrooke, Lincs


1901:

John Stubblefield, 59, Head Gardener (college), b. Netwon, Cambs

Sarah Ann Ellen Stubblefield, 49, b. Chigwell Row, Essex


1911:

John Stubblefield, 69, Pensioned Retired College Gardener Head, b. Netwon, Cambs

Sarah Ann Ellen Stubblefield, 59, b. Chigwell Row, Essex

See #8, plus

FOMRC

John Stubblefield


1913:

John Stubblefield

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