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Norman Cement Works, 1946

Southfield, Cherry Hinton Road

History of Southfield, Cherry Hinton Road


(unnamed) It seems probable that in 1901 the Headley family occupied this property

Lawrence Headley, 52, retired iron founder, born Cambridge

Ethel A,  daughter, 26, born Cambridge

Grace E, daughter, 24, born Cambridge

Winifred M, daughter, 19, born Cambridge

Emily Smith, servant, 21, born Melbourn


(Southfield) this property was probably near this location and was a large semi-detached house.

Samuel Theodore Hodgkins, 34, accountant, cement manufacturers, born Chester

Lavinia, 33, born Chester


Edwin Charles Sibley



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