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15 Mill Lane

History of 15 Mill Lane

1841: Fosters no number

James Clark, 40, labourer


Mary, 15

Sarah, 13

Elizah, 10

George, 8

James, 6

Frederick, 3

John, 2 mos

[additional household]

George Dickerson, 35, labourer

Elizabeth Dickerson, 27

Avery Dickeron, 7

George Dickerson, 4


James Clark, maltster

Keziah, 52, laundress, b Essex


Elizabeth, 18, b Essex

James, 15, miller, b Cambridge

George, 18, maltster, b Cambridge

Frederick, 11

Amy, 10, b Cambridge

1861: unnumbered

James Clarke, 62, malt maker, b Essex

Sarah, 32, laundress, b Essex

Frederick, 22, malt maker, b Cambridge

Sarah Wing, 35,  b Dry Drayton

1871: unnumbered

George Clark, 39, malt maker

Louisa, 35

George, 13, errand boy, b Cambridge

Kate L

Clara L


George [?] Clark, 48, malt maker, b Cambridge

Louisa, 45, b Oakington

Kate Louisa, 15, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Clara L, 11, b Cambridge

Alfred Smith, lodger, 20, carpenter, b Stoneground


Etheldra Baddin, 32, livery stable keeper, b Haddenham

Walter Brown, nephew, 18, livery stable keeper’s assistant, b Waterbeach

Florence E Brown, niece, 16, b Waterbeach

Alfred Rose, visitor, 19, clerk, b Bristol

Martin Straker, 19, railway engineer, b Bridlington

Harriet Townsend, 18, servant, b Sawston



Cornelius Brown, widower, 50, livery stable keeper and farmer, b Over

E H, daughter, 27, housekeeper, b Waterbeach

Jemima, mother, widow, 82, living on her own means, b Cottenham

Jane Ludman, servant, 22, servant, b Newnham


George Clark, 59, maltster, b Cambridge

Louisa, 55, b Oakington

Kate L, 25, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Clara E, 21, assistant mistress, b Cambridge

Walter Webb, boarder, 35, builder’s manager, b Melbourn


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