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51 Cambridge Place

History of 51 Cambridge Place

1841

Ephriam Gunn, 60, labourer

Lydia, 50,

Charles, 17,

Samuel, 15

William, 13,

Lydia, 19,

Mary, 9,


1851

Elizabeth Skinner, 64, nurse, b Essex


1861

Henry Olive, 67, ag lab, b Cambridge

Mary, 60,  b Cambridge


1871

Frances Tavener, 31, laborer, b Cambridge

Margaret, 31,

Frances, 8, b Cambridge


1881

Frances Taverner, 40, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Margaret, 39, b Saffron Walden

George, 7, b Cambridge


1891

Emma Freestone, widow, 43, living on own means,  b Cambridge

James, 23, printer’s warehouseman,  b Cambridge

William, 19, draper’s porter,  b Cambridge

Mary, 12, b Cambridge

Kate, 6, b Cambridge


1901

Elizabeth Goodman, widow, 72, laundress, b Lincs.

Harriet Lockwood, 73, living on own means, b Cambridge


1911

Albert Robert William Dellar, 31, coal porter coal wharf, b Caxton

Kate Millie, 29, b Cambridge

Florence Amelia, 8, b Cambridge

Robert James, 3, b Cambridge

Arthur James Ripley, brother, 28, labourer postal telegraph, b Cambridge


1913

Robert Dellar

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