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58 Cambridge Place

History of 58 Cambridge Place


Mary Pink, 55, char woman

Hephzibah, 14,


Mary White, 66 fishmonger, b Grantchester


James Drayton, 50, blacksmith, b Essex

Sarah, 46, b Stapleford

Charles, 17, builder’s lab, b Essex

Frederick, 12, b Essex

Sarah, 20, b Cambridge

Alfred, 16, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Hannah Brand, visitor, 27, dress maker, b Essex


James Drayton, 61, blacksmith, b Essex

Sarah, 56, b Stapleford

Sarah Gray, daughter, 30, invalid, b Cambridge

Charles Drayton, son, 27, locomotive fireman, b Essex

Harrold Fogerty, grandson, 7, b NK


Sarah Drayton, widow, 66, retired laundress, b Stapleford

John R Gray, grandson, 20, b Barnwell

Sarah Gray, granddaughter, 13, b Barnwell

Ann Brown, boarder, widow, 78, b Balsham


Charles H Wallman, journeyman baker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth A

Harry, 16, coal porter, b Cambridge

Frederick, 12, errand boy,  b Cambridge

Edward,11, b Cambridge


Jane E



Henry Skeritt, boarder, 15, baker’s assistant, b London


Charles H P Wallman, cab proprietor

Elizabeth A

John, 19, blacksmith

Charles, 14, blacksmith

Albert, 13,  b Cambridge

Tom, 1, b Cambridge

Tom Watson, boarder, 22, cab driver, b Cambridge

William Peters, brother in law, 36, carter contractor, b Fen Ditton

Alfred Gray, nephew, carter for contractor, b Cambridge

Margaret Drew, visitor, 18, NK

Walter Whitmore, visitor, 21, stone quarryman, b Leics.

Jane E Whitmore, visitor, 17, b Cambridge


Charles Henry Porter Wallman, 60, cab proprietor, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Ann, 56, b Fen Ditton

Thomas, 11, b Cambridge

John, 29, widower, cab proprietor, b Cambridge

Tom Watson, servant, 34, cab driver, b Cambridge

Bernard Wallman, grandson, 6, b Cambridge

Gertrude Taylor, visitor, 21, b Cambridge

Jane Whitmore, visitor, 27, b Cambridge

Eveline Whitmore, visitor, 4, b Lester

Florence Brown, adopted child, 13, b Cambridge


C H P Wallman, cab proprietor


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