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Malcolm Dixon FRS

27 Parkside (7)

History of 27 Parkside

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: no. 27 … built about the middle of the 19th century to an eclectic Classical design of some monumentality…. the Coach house standing some 5 yds to the NW is contemporary with the house.

1861: (7)

Charles M Robinson, 30, independent, b Sussex

Anna L C, 23, b Cambridge

Charles M, 10 m, b Cambridge

Sarah Bridges, 23, cook, b Great Wilbraham

Sarah Freeman, 16, house servant, b Cambridge

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1866: John S Christmas

1867: Mrs Duffield

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1871: (7)

Robert Winning, 45, dealer, b Scotland

Mary Ann, 53, b Norfolk

Faith, 17, b Cambridge

Robert, 14, b Cambridge

Walter, 12, b Cambridge

Arthur, 7, b Cambridge

Lucy Fisher, visitor, 77, annuitant, b Cambridge

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1881: (7)

Charlotte Goodliffe, 70

Mary Banks, companion, 44, b Fordham

Harriet Kester, 29, servant, b Dry Drayton

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1891: (7)

Charlotte Goodliffe, widow, 80, living on own means, b Hemingford Abbotts

Mary Ann Ellis, boarder, 37, ladys companion, b Duxford

Eliza Munns, 26, servant, b Sawtry

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1901: (7)

Daniel Brockett, 41, lodging house keeper

[Daniel was living aged 1 at 1 Hobb’s Passage, St Clements]

Elizabeth, 44, b Hants

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1911: (7)

Daniel Brockett, 50, lodging house keeper, b Cambridge

Elizabeth

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1913: (7)

D Brockett, lodging house keeper

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1939: (27)

Allick P Dixon, b 1867, Sec. Friendly Society

Caroline D, b 1859

Malcolm, b 1899, research biochemist

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1962: (27)

Malcolm Dixon, FRS [biochemist]

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