Rebecca Coomber, 60
Sarah Burton, 70
Mary Turner, 40, servant
Ann Worland, 16, servant
Rebecca Comber, 69, b Essex, houses and funds
Sarah Burton, visitor, 79, funds, b Essex
Mary Turner, servant, 54, b Shelford
Maria Matthews, servant, 26, b Cambridge
Rebecca Comber, 82, widow, landed property, b Essex
Mary Warland, 64, servant, b Shelford
Charlotte Seaford, 24, servant, b Cambs
Robert Talbot, 75, retired surveyor of taxes, b Soham
Elizabeth, 61, surveyor’s wife, b Oxon
Sophia Lansdown, servant, 60, b Norwich
(16 Hills Road)
Ebenezer Field, 46, chemist, b Cambridge [1835-1917 – a Cambridge photographer known to have worked as such from these premises. However, a photo produced by him does exist with Regent Street printed on it]
Elizabeth, 41, b Cambridge
Harriett, 20, b Cambridge
Alice, 16, b Cambridge
Ebenezer, 14, b Cambridge
Louis, 12, b Cambridge
Arthur, 10, b Cambridge
Susan Northrup, servant, 20
Ebenezer Field, 56, chemist, b Cambridge
Ebenezer, 24, chemist’s assistant, b Cambridge
Arthur, 20, scholar, b Cambridge
George 18, chemist’s assistant, b Cambridge
William, 16, laboratory assistant, b Cambridge
Ernest Harry, 11,
Ebenezer Field, chemist and druggist
William J, 26, chemist and druggist, b Cambridge
Edith A, 24, b Cambridge
Ernest H, 21, b Cambridge, chemist and ??
Ebenezer Field, 76, chemist, b Cambridge
Elizabeth, 71, b Cambridge
Clara Caunt, 48, daughter,
Edith Anna Field, 34, post office clerk
Ebenezer Field, chemist, Councillor of the Borough
Notes about Ebenezer Field as a photographer in Cambridge can be found here:
Ernest H Field, b 1879, pharmacist
Maud E, b 1881
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