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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