See was part of the same plot historically as nos 28 and 27. See No. 27 notes.
Frederick Mortlock, 33, bookmaker, b Cambridge
Mary Ann, 30, b Cambridge
Ellen, 6, b Cambridge
Philip, 4, b Cambridge
Frederick, 2, b Cambridge
William, 1 m, b Cambridge
Sarah Roberts, 17, servant, b Thetford
Anthony Phillips, 22, undergraduate at St Catherine College, b Cambridge
Martha, sister, 25, shopwoman, b Cambridge
Elizabeth M, sister, 16, apprentice, b Cambridge
May Susannah, sister in law, 65, formerly ladys maid, b Kings Ripton
Harriett Constable, 16, house servant, b Toft
John Lloyd Griffith, 22, lodger, batchelor of arts, b Anglesea
Thomas Saunders, 63, hair cutter and perfumer, b Cambridge
Elina, 61, b Cambridge
Sarah Stretch, sister, 62, independent, b Cambridge
Clara Stretch, niece, 37, assistant, b Cambridge
Alfred Saunders, 32, hair cutter and a volunteer, b Cambridge
1881: tailors shop
Thomas Holdsworth, 53, tailor, b Ipswich
Sarah J, 50, b Suffolk
Katherine C, 24, b Cambridge
Alfred J, 19, tailor, b Cambridge
Eliza Webb, 14, servant, b Six Mile Bottom
Harrold Moore, lodger, 22, student, b Liverpool
Stuart Bruce, visitor, 22, student, b Woolwich
Scruby and Gray, auctioneers
R C Burrows solicitor and Clerk of the the Peace for the Borough of Cambridge
Gray, Swann and Cook surveyors
Hundred Houses Society
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