Three storeys with cellars and attics, built in the first half of the 18th cent.
John R, 25, tailor & robemaker, b Cambridge
Alfred B, 23, bachelor of arts, b Cambridge
Catherine S, 16, b Cambridge
Harietta, 14, b Cambridge
Susanna Parker, servant, 23, b Rampton
John Thurlbourn, 66, tailor & robe maker, b Cambridge
Sussana, 70, b Cambridge
Frank L Edwards, grandson, 9, b Coventry
Leonie Roger, governess, 18, b France
Sarah E Corile, servant, 25, b Shelford
Susannah Thurlbourn, widow, 90, university robe maker, b Cambridge
Anna Coe, nurse, 26, b Norfolk
Harriet Layton, servant, 53, b Newnham
William James Starte, 31, wholesale draper’s assistant, b Cambridge
Sarah Ann, 31, b Histon
Alexander William, 6, b Cambridge
Gladys Anne, 2, b Cambridge
Thurlbourn & Son, tailors and robemakers
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