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32 Cambridge Place

History of 32 Cambridge Place


Stephen Osborn, 45, labourer,

Mary, 40,

Stephen, 14,

William, 11,


Henry Jennings, 38, agr lab, b Little Shelford

Sarah, 48, b Little Shelford

Naomi, 12, b Little Shelford

Joseph, 8, b Cambridge


William Flack, 44, builder’s lab, b Cherry Hinton

Sarah.  46, b Bristol

Charles, 22, bricklayer, b Cambridge

William, 17, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Frederick, 14, ag lab, b Cambridge

Selia, 9, b Cambridge

Kate. 6. b Cambridge


David Taylor,28, laborer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 26, charwoman, b Coton

George, 7, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 6, b Cambridge


William Osborn, 49, platelayer, b Cambridge

Jane, 49, b Cherry Hinton

Charlie, 22, navie, b Cambridge

Harry, 14, b Cambridge

Nelly, 6, b Cambridge

Prescilla, 17, b Cambridge

Charles Redgraves, son in law, 28, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Jane Redgraves, wife, 19, b Cambridge


William Osborne, 60, labourer, b Cambridge

Jane, 59, b Cherry Hinton

E Osborne, daughter, 18, no occupation dressmaker, b Cambridge

George Newman, grandson, 17, errand boy, b Cambridge

Nelly Newman, granddaughter, 13, b Cambridge

Harry Newman, grandson, 7, b Cambridge


James Samuel George, general labourer


Annie E


James Samuel George, 32, general labourer hide and skin market, b Cambridge

Annie, 32, b Cambridge

Annie Eliza, 12, b Cambridge

Harry James, 9, b Cambridge

Albert Edward, 7, b Cambridge

Winifred Kate, 5, b Cambridge


J S George, labourer


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