Alfred Lord Tennyson and his brother Charles first occupied rooms at no.12 Rose Crescent [? number uncertain] and then 57 Corpus Buildings Trumpington Street. Tennyson’s son, Hallam, wrote about the time in his memoirs of 1897. Tennyson was at Trinity College from 1828-31 but left without taking his degree.
William Rowlandson, 65, formerly in the Manchester Trade [?], b Westmoreland
Emma, 63, b London
Emma L, 31, b London
William H, 28, clergyman of the Church of England assistant tutor at college, b London
Mary E, 24, b London
Mary A Marshall, 19, housemaid, b Comberton
Emma Webb, cook, 18, b Barton
George Wallis, 45, surgeon, b Cambridge
Esther Upchurch, 30, cook, b Wicken
Henry H Wright, 14, house boy, b London
Albert E King, solicitor, b Longstanton
Jones and Lennox, dentists
Alfred Jones, dental surgeon to Addenbrookes Hospital
B H Jones
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