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37 Cambridge Place

History of 37 Cambridge Place

1841

Thomas Moore, 50, fishmonger

Mary, 40,

John, 9,

Walter, 3,


1851

William Binder, 27, agr. lab, b Cambridge

Rebbeca, 29, b Ickleton


1861

(unoccupied)


1871

Joseph Fitch, 43, labourer,

Rebecca, 36,

Jane Elizabeth, 9,

Mary Ann, 6,

John  William

Emily Pilgrim


1881

Alfred Harding, 33, railway porter, b Haslingfield

Lydia, 33, b Kent

John, 13, trolley lad, b London

Catherine M, 7, b Cambridge

Alfred E, 5, b Cambridge

George E, 3, b Cambridge

Maria A, 1, b Cambridge

John Farrington, boarder, 34, bricklayer, b Cambridge


1891

Mary A Ingrey, widow, 46, b Leicester

Andrew, 24, b Cambridge

Mary A, 17, b Cambridge


1901

Margaret Parr, widow, 49, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 19, laundress, b Cambridge

Thomas William, 16, groom, b Cambridge


1911

Henry Hines, 47, labourer coal yard, b Cambridge

Hannah, 45, laundress, b Cambridge

Amy, 19, general servant, b Cambridge

Maud, 16, b Cambridge

William, 14, b Cambridge

Charles, 11, b Cambridge

James, 9, b Cambridge

Arty, 6, b Cambridge

William Henry Hines:¬†[Listed as Henry William on SDGW & CWGC] Private 16338, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 12th October 1916. Born and enlisted Cambridge. Buried in RATION FARM MILITARY CEMETERY, LA CHAPELLE-D’ARMENTIERES, Nord, France. Plot II. Row B. Grave 5. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)


1913

Harry Hines

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