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5 Cambridge Place

History of 5 Cambridge Place


Robert Brooks, 40, labourer

Elizabeth, 40,

John, 10,


Robert Brooks, 52, agricultural labourer, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 50, b Cambs

Henry Lee, visitor, 19, groom, b Cambs


John Dickinson, 40, widower, railway servant porter, b Herts

Sarah, 15, b Cambridge

Emma, 13, b Cambridge

Charles, 8, b Cambridge

George, 7, b Cambridge

Caroline, 5, b Cambridge


Alfred Hobbs, labourer


James, labourer

John, 13, labourer

Fanny, 12,

Harry, 9,

Mary Ann, 6,

Daniel, 3,


Alfred Hobbs, railway labourer, b Dullingham

Adelaide, b Suffolk

James, 25, builder, b Dullingham

John, 23, slater, b Dullingham

Fanny, 22, servant unemployed, b Dullingham

Harry, 19, railway carman, b Cambridge

Mary A, 17 servant, b Cambridge

Daniel, 13, errand boy


Alice, granddaughter, 4, b Cambridge

Charles, grandson, 1, b Cambridge


Alfred Hobbs, 64, railway servant, b Cambridge

Adelaide, 58, b Cambridge

Daniel, 23, railway servant, b Cambridge

Mercy, 14, b Cambridge

Alice, 14, granddaughter, b Cambridge

Lilly, 7, daughter,  b Cambridge


Arthur Golding, widower, telegraph linesman asst.


Frederick, 6, b Cambridge



Albert, 2 mos, b Cambridge

Sarah Barrow, 34, domestic


Arthur Golding, 43, assistant telegraph lineman GER, b London

Sarah, 45, b Cambridge [presumably Sarah Barrow from 1901]

Arthur, 19, general labourer, b Cambridge

Henry, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge

Violet, 12,  b Cambridge


Arthur Golding, assistant lineman


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