Home of Daniel Barber and family
Later the family were living at 49 Panton Street
Richard Shilleto, 51, clerk without care of souls, b Yorks
Isabella, 50, b Bucks
Catherine Isabella, 20, b Cambridge
Ellen Isabella, 16, b Cambridge
Edward, 15, b Cambridge
Isabella Snelgar, mother in law, 69, b Bucks
Mary Ann Newman, 20, servant, b Haddenham
In 1851 they had been at 5 Park Terrace
In 1871 the family were at 1 Scroope Terrace
John Busby, 46, adjutant of volunteers, b Ireland
Richard Hopton, widower, 76, architect and surveyor, b Warwick
Mary, 43, b Middlesex
Naomi Brideman, 14, servant, b Burwell
Charles James Swann
Percy William Swann, assistant schoolmaster
Leonard Taylor Swann
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