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23 Cambridge Place

History of 23 Cambridge Place


William Willis, 25, labourer

Sarah, 25

Mary, 10,

John, 8,

Sarah, 6,

James, 3,

Martha, 9 mos,


William Willis, bricklayer


James, 13, labourer, b Cambridge

Martha, 11, b Cambridge


Harriott, 4, b Cambridge

Edward Henry


William Willis, 46, ag lab, b Shelford

Sarah, 44, b Hauxton

Charles, bricklayer, 16, b Cambridge

Edward H, 10, b Cambridge

William, 7, b Cambridge

Amelia, 5, b Cambridge


William Willis, 50, college porter, b Cambridge

Sarah, wife, 50, laundress,  b Cambridge

Francis A, 15, laundress, b Cambridge

William, 14, b Cambridge

Matilda Leach, grand daughter, 5


John Willis, 44, labourer in telegraph service, b Cambridge

Melenda, 48, b Cambridge

Esther Brignell, granddaughter, 12, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Brignell, granddaughter, 11, b Cambridge


James Northrop, 31, coal porter, b Cambridge

Jane, 30,  b Cambridge

Lilian, 4, b Cambridge

Jessie, 5, b Cambridge

John, 4, b Cambridge


Obadiah Lucas, marine store dealer

Constance, 62, b Cambridge

Lazarus, 24, general labourer, b Cambridge

Obadiah Perron, grandson, 12, b Cambridge

Charles Reynolds, grandson, 2, b Cambridge


O Lucas, 72, marine store dealer, b Kent

E Lucas, 77, b Cambridge, nerves

Laura Lucas, 36,

Charles Reynolds, grandson, 13, deformed


Obadiah Lucas


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