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27 Cambridge Place

History of 27 Cambridge Place


William Flack, 24, labourer

Rebecca, 25,

Eliza, 7,

Martha, 5,

Charles, 2,

Martha Gray, 60,

Thomas Gray, 21, labourer,

Nathaniel, 17,


William Flack, 36, railway lab, b Cherry Hinton

Rebbeca, 35, b Chesterton

Martha Ann, 15, b Balsham

Charles, 10, farmer’s boy, b Cambridge

Ann, 8, b Cambridge

William, 6, b Cambridge

Fredrick, 4, b Cambridge

Rebbeca, 1, b Cambridge


William Brignell, 36, plumber and painter, b Middlesex

Sarah, 30, b Cambridge

Sarah, 11, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 9, b Cambridge

Mary A, 6, b Cambridge


John Butress [sic], 32, labourer, b Haslingfield

Eliza, 35, b Hauxton

Fanny Jackson, daughter in law [sic], 11, b Hauxton

George Butress, son, 4, b Cambridge

Ada, daughter, 2, b Cambridge


Thomas Buttress, 30, bricklayer, b Haslingfield

Francis, 26, charwoman, b Cambridge

Dora, 6, b Cambridge

Florence, 5, b Cambridge

Sarah, 2, b Cambridge

Emily M, 9 mos,  b Cambridge


Sarah Buttress, widow, 83, b Bourn

Sarah Buttress, granddaughter, 12, errand girl,  b Cambridge


John Holmes, 32, general labourer, born Cambs

Elizabeth, 26, born Cambs

Alice Mabel, 6, born Cambs

Harold, 5, born Cambs

Albert F, 3, born Cambs

Clara A, 2, born Cambs

James Holmes, brother, 28, general labourer, born Cambs


Walter J Peachey, 46, farm labourer, b Fen Ditton

Elizabeth, 46, b Cambridge

Walter, 22, b London (crossed out because presumably not resident)

Bertha, 20, b Fen Ditton (crossed out because presumably not resident)

Ethel Kate, 18, b London

Alfred J, 16, b London

Frederick J, 12, b Cambridge

Laura L, 7, b Cambridge

Lizzie,  5 mos, b Cambridge


Charles Utteridge


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