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25 Melbourne Place

History of 25 Melbourne Place

UK Census:

1861:

Damage to census, but transcribed as

Samuel Long, 60, Harness Maker, b. Essex

Ann Long, 59, b. Stansted, Essex?

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1871:

Jane H Dennick, 68, b. Cambridge

Celia Morley, 16, Servant, b. Cambs

Andrew Phillip, 68, Boarder, Waiter, b. Withersfield, Essex

Eliza Phillip, 68, Boarder, b. Cambridge

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1874:

John Smith, Artist

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1878:

Mrs Mills

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1881:

Caroline Miller, 68, Widow, b. Cambridge

Dinah Lucy Miller, 26, Teacher of Music, b. Cambridge

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1884:

Mrs Hannah Newman, Dress Maker

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1891:

Ann Pain, 59, College Servant, b. Chesterton, Cambs

Frederick Pain (son), 36, Market Porter, b. Cambridge

Annie Pain, 31, Dress Maker, b. Cambridge

Harriet Freeman (niece), 22, Dress Maker, b. Cambridge

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1901:

Alban M Warren, 42, Carpenter, b. West Winch, Norfolk

Elizabeth Warren, 44, b. Marham, Norfol

John M Warren, 22, Capenter, b. West Winch, Norfolk

Mable M Warren, 18, Dressmaker, b. West Winch, Norfolk

Mary Warren, 15, b. Narford, Norfolk

Albert E Warren, 12, b. West Winch, Norfolk

Charles Warren (visitor), 26, Carpenter, b. Marham, Norfolk

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1911: not listed

 

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