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6 Cambridge Place

History of 6 Cambridge Place

1841

Mary Brooks, 50,

Edward, 25, labourer,

Sophia, 20,


1851

Mary Brooks, widow, 65, laundress, b Norfolk

Edward Brooks, 33, brewer’s labourer, b Norfolk


1861

Mary Brooks, 77, widow, b Cambs

Elizabeth, sister,  60, widow, laundress, b Suffolk


1871

Elizabeth Brooks, widow, 70, formerly laundress, b Cambs

Sarah Dickinson, 24, niece, laundress, b Cambs

Walter Dickinson, son, 2, b Cambs

Ann Brown, boarder, widow, 68, formerly publican, b Balsham


1881

James Aldon, dustman

Emma

Jessie

Lucy Leech, sister, 10, b Cambridge


1891

James Aldon, labourer

Emma

Jessie, 15, b Cambridge

Emma E, 7,


1901

James Robert Aldon, 48, general labourer,

Emma

Emma E, 17, b Cambridge

Henry M, grandson, 4, b Cambridge


1911

James Alden, 59, general labourer, b Cherry Hinton

Emma, 58, b Suffolk


1913

James Alden, labourer

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