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49/50 Cambridge Place

History of 49/50 Cambridge Place



William Cook, 40, carpenter

Mary, 40,

Sarah, 8,

Catherine, 7,

Harriet, 6,

William Braithwaite, 15,

John Webber, 40, sawyer


Samuel Turner, 40, boot closer


Samuel N Turner, 50, publican, b Linton

Mary, 58, b Cambridge

William Brown, boarder, 27, railway servant engine cleaner, b Middlesex


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John Maskall, 35, blacksmith and publican, b Cambs

Harriet, 30, b Cambs

Agnes, 12, b Cambs

George, 10, b Cambs

Minnie, 8, b Cambs

Louisa, 2, b Cambs


James Hagger, 44, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Emma, 40, b Cambridge

James, 17, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Lidda, 7, b Cambridge

Charles Hingrey, boarder, 44, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Anne Hingrey, 41, b Cambridge

William Hingrey, son, 14, b Cambridge

Herbert, son, 11, b Cambridge

Anne, daughter, 7, b Cambridge

Tom Faber, boarder, 45, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Harry Hall, boarder, 37, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Charles Aldridge, 44, boarder, farm labourer, b Cambridge


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