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26 Melbourne Place

History of 26 Melbourne Place

UK Census:

1851:

James Clark, 60, Carpenter, b. Hadham, Herts

Susanna Clark, 54, b. Hadham, Herts


1861:

Henry Harridine, 47, drawing master, b Cambs

Susan Nunn, 48, housekeeper, b Cambridge


1871:

Horatio Mortimer, 27, Coach Builder, b. Denham, Suffolk

Eliza Mortimer, 27, b. South Lopham, Norfolk

Frederick C Mortimer, 5, b. Cambridge


1881:

George Taylor, 60, Tailor, b. Ely

Ruth Taylor (daughter), 28, Dressmaker, b. Sudbury

Carline Taylor (daughter), 25, Domestic, b. Sudbury


1884:

John Arthur Moore, Butcher


1891: vacant


1901:

Martha Goodenough, 56, Living on own means, b. Cambridge

Harold J Goodenough, 19, Compositer Print, b. Cambridge

Horace A Goodenough, 14, b. Cambridge


1911: not listed

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