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9 Melbourne Place

History of 9 Melbourne Place


Susannah Driver, widow, 42, proprietor of houses, b Kent



Henry Mason, 21, College Servant, b. Cambridge

Emily H Mason, 25, b. Felixstowe

Charlotte J Hall (sister in law), 9, b. Felixstowe



Susan Hawkins, 63, Annuitant, b. Cambridge

Emily J Hawkins (daughter), 24, b. Cambridge




Spalding 1881 has “Mrs Hawkins”



John Clarke, Clerk



George Newell, 54, Railway Foreman, b. Cambridge

Mary A Newell, 54, b. Northampton

Sue Godlington (step-daughter), 28, Dressmaker, b. Cambridge

William Godlington (stepson), 26, Whitesmith, b. Cambridge

Minnie Godlington (stepdaughter), 21, Dressmaker, b. Cambridge

Annie Godlington, 19, Mother’s Help, b. Cambridge



Mary A Newell, 65, Lodging House Keeper, b. Northampton

Louisa Godlington (daughter), 38, Dressmaker, b. Cambridge



Robert John Aves, 29, Printer’s Machine Minder, b.Cambridge

Bertha Lillian Aves, 27, Whitehaven, Cumberlnd

Winifred May Aves, 3, b. Holborn, London

Violet Aves, 2, b.Holborn, London

Flora Iris Hands, 12, Niece, b. Manchester



Robert John Aves, printer


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