Edward Hall, 45, Stone Mason, not Cambs
Frances Hall, 45
Sarah How, 15, Servant
Edward Hall, 54, Stonemason, b. Manchester
Frances Hall, 54, b. Cambridge
Sarah How (niece), 27, House Servant, b. Cambridge
Frances Hall (widow), 62, College Servant, b. Cambridge
Mary How (sister), Assistant, 67, b. Cambridge
Sarah How (niece), House Servant, 37, b. Cambridge
Selita Mutton, 47, Annuitant, Walsall, Staffs
Henry Warr (visitor/nephew), 12, b. Newport Pagnell, Bucks
Arthur King, Publican
Arthur King, 46, Waiter (Inn), b. Cambridge
Sarah Anne King, 49, b. Norwich
Arthur King, 56, Waiter, b. Cambridge
Sarah A King, 62, b. Norwich
Charles G Collins (boarder), 33, Scientific Instrument Maker, b. Lindon, St John’s Wood
Charles King (lodger), 63, Retired Publican, b. Hackney, London
Adelaide King (lodger), 59, Retired Punblican’s Wife, b. Cambridge
James Stubblefield, 47, Sexton & Gardener, b. Newton, Cambs
Jane Stubblefield, 39, b. Lostock, Lancs
Hilda M Stubblefield, 13, b. Didsbury, Lancs
James Stubblefield, 57, Gardener, b. Newton, Cambs
Jane Stubblefild, 49, b. Stretford, Manchester
Hilda Mari Stubblefield, 23, Elementary School Teacher, b. Didsbury, Manchester
Cyril James Stubblefield, 9, b. Cambridge
Hilda lived at #8 until her death in 1975 aged 88
See also #13
James Stubblefield, gardener
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