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61 Cambridge Place

History of 61 Cambridge Place

1861

William Barker, 51, butcher, b Histon

Phoebe, 35, b Cambs

Charles, 12, b Cambridge

Mary J, 11, b Cambridge

William, 9, b Cambridge

Edward, 5, b Cambridge

Ellen, 2, b Cambridge


1871

Phebe Barker, widow, 43, charwoman, b Cambridge

Mary Jane , 21, b Cambridge

Edward, 13, b Cambridge

Ellen, 11, b Cambridge

Sarah Ann, 8, b Cambridge

Charles Allgood, nephew, 22, laborer


1881

Phebe Barker, widow, 57, supported by her children, b Caldecote

Edward J, 24, butcher, b Cambridge

Ellen M, 22, dressmaker, b Cambridge


1891

John W Seymour, labourer, 40, labourer, b Cambridge

Mary J Seymour nee Flack, 39, b Cambridge

William Flack, son in law, 19, tailor’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Frederick Flack, son in law, 16, errand boy,  b Cambridge

Alfred Flack, son in law, 14, errand boy,  b Cambridge

Gertrude Seymour

Ellen Seymour

Edith Seymour, 2,

Phebe Barker, mother in law, widow, 53, b Toft


1901

John W Seymour, 51, general labourer, b Cambridge

Mary J , 49, b Cambridge

Gertie, 14, b Cambridge

Ellen, 13, b Cambridge

Edith, 12, b Cambridge


1911 & later – not listed, presumed demolished

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