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25 Cambridge Place

History of 25 Cambridge Place


George Asher, 40, cow keeper,

Mary, 35,

Ann, 12,

Charles Bruce, 15, servant,

Elizabeth Carter, 15, servant,


John Jennings, 60, milkman, b Stapleford

Lydia, 50, b Sawston

Catherine, 11, dress maker, b Little Shelford

Robert Wiskin, servant, 13, servant boy, b Harston



Joseph Ripley, 39, milkman, b Cambridge

Mary A, 37, b Linton

Charles, 18, compositor printer, b Cambridge

Joseph, 16, b Cambridge

Thomas, 13, b Cambridge

Sarah A, 9, b Cambridge

George, 7, b Cambridge

James, 6, b Cambridge

Edward,4, b Cambridge

William,1, b Cambridge


(25 and 26)

James Cole, 49, tailor, b Ely

Rhoda, 48, b Barrington

George, 17, butcher, b Cambridge

Caroline, 14, b Cambridge

Maria, 12, b Cambridge

Rhoda, 9, b Cambridge

Harry, 6, b Cambridge

Joseph Myer, boarder, 24, sailor, b Ely

John Dickinson, 35, labourer, b Suffolk


(25 and 26)

William Crouch, 39, green grocer, b Cambridge

Harriett, 36, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 17, b Cambridge

John W, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Frederick F, 13, b Cambridge

Rosa, 11, b Cambridge

Alfred, 9, b Cambridge

Arthur E, 3, b Cambridge

Minnie, 7 mos, b Cambridge


Cornelius Stalley, 30, labourer, b Sutton

Hannah, 27, laundress, b Suffolk

Mary, 7, b Cambridge

Eliza, 4, b Cambridge

Rebecca, 2, b Cambridge

Mary, mother, widow, 68,  b Cambridge


Richard John Gray, 28, general labourer, b Cambridge

Louisa, 28, b Beds

William Richard, 7, b Cambridge

Alfred Henry, 6, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Louisa, 3, b Cambridge

Lilian Florence, 1, b Cambridge

Lily Odell, sister in law, 18, laundress, b Cambridge

In 2022 AD wrote: Richard John Gray was my maternal great grandfathr.


Frank Yaxley, 49, carman for contractor, b Grantchester

Emma Ellen, 43, b Grantchester

Frederick John, 13, b Cambridge

Arthur William, 9, b Cambridge

Beatrice Florence, 3 months, b Cambridge


Frank Yaxley, labourer


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