Entry 131 (recorded as being at #22 – but another entry/family also recorded at #22 – so believe correct address for Susanna & Lydia Crisp should be #28 based on following census).
Susanna Crisp, 44, Annuitant, b. Cambridge
Lydia Crisp (sister), 34, b. Cambridge
Susanah Crisp, 54, Independent, b. Cambridge
Lydia Comp (sister), 45, Independent, b. Cambridge
Margaret Ingle, 14, Servant, b. Cambridge
Elizabeth Tofte, 79, Annuitant (from son), b. Cambridge
Martha Wilson, 68, Servant, b. Cambridge
George Barnes, baker
Jane Wiiliams, 28, Dressmaker, b. Cambridge
William J Barber, 32, Carpenter, b. Cambridge
Susan A Barber, 34, b. Little Swaffham
Alfred H Barber, 5, b. Cambridge
Alice E Barber, 2, b. Cambridge
Leonard H Barber, 4m, b. Cambridge
Hannah Clements, 43, Dressmaker, b. Sutton, Cambs
Albert E Newman (son), 23, Grocer’s Assistant, b. Cambridge
Walter Dowsett (boarder), 23, Hairdresser, b. Braintree, Essex
1911: not listed
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