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16 Melbourne Place

History of 16 Melbourne Place


Thomas Moore, 44, Plasterer, b. St Ives, Hunts

Hannah Moore, 44, Laundress, b. Abbots Ripton, Hunts

William Moore, 14, b. Cambridge

Thomas Moore (son), 12,

Emma Squires, 20, Servant, b. Wistow, Hunts

Eliza Whybrow, 87, Lodger (formerly nurse), b. Ditton, Cambs


Thomas Moore, 55, Plasterer, b. St Ives, Hunts

Hannah Moore, 55, Laundress, b. St Ives, Hunts

William Moore, 24, Carpenter, b. Cambridge

Margaret Peach (niece), 17, Servant, b. Wistow, Hunts


Thomas Moore, 65, b. St Ives, Hunts

Hannah Moore, 65, b. Hunts

Sarah Peachey, 65, Boarder, b. Fen Ditton


Hannah Moore, 73, Widow, Owner of Landed Property, b. Kings Ripton, Hunts

Sarah Peach (niece), 26, b. W Stow, Hunts

Fredc Robt Harding, 15, Grocer’s Assistant, b. Eden Street, Cambridge

Wm Fisher Harding, 7, b. Eden Street, Cambridge


Between 16 & 17, Spaldings has ” Charles Mortlock, Prospect Cottage, College Servant”


Hannnah Moore, 83, Lives on own means, b. Abbot Ripon, Hunts

Sarah Peach (niece), 37, b. Wistow, Hunts

Emily Peach (niece), 27, b. Wistow, Hunts

Sarah E Harding (niece), 21, b. Cambridge

Margaret M Harding (niece), 16, b. Cambridge


John Coulson, 55, Baker, b. Cambridge

Alice Coulson, 51, b. Duxford

Arthur J Coulson, 15, Clerk, b. Cambridge

William Trollope (boarder), 25, Baker, b. Shipdham, Norfolk


John Coulson, 66, Pensioned Retired Baker, b. St Giles, Cambs

Alice Coulson, 61, b. Duxford

Arthur John Coulson, 25, Telephone Engineer, b. Cambridge


W G Hayden


R A Bedford

A Hubbard


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