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73 Cambridge Place

History of 73 Cambridge Place


Mary Fuller, 55, charwoman

Emma, 19,


William Edinson [?], 35, labourer, b Somerset


Fredrick King, 25, chimney sweep,  b Middlesex

Frances, 33, b Essex

Lydia, 2, b Essex


Sarah Faben, 34, b Cambs

John, 12, laborer, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 10, b Cambridge

Thomas, 8, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 4, b Cambridge

William, 2, b Cambridge

Clara, 1 mo, b Cambridge

Charles Wilson, lodger, 21, laborer, b Bourne

John Darling, lodger, 28, laborer, b Bourne


Henry Plum, 54, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Mary, 55, b Triplow

Mary, 16, servant, b Cambridge

Sidney Cole, visitor, 7, b Cambridge

Edward Maxim, son in law, 21, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Ann Maxim, wife, 21, b Cambridge

Henry Maxim, son, 3 mos, b Cambridge


William Clark, 40, labourer, b Cambridge

Sarah A, 40, b Cambridge

Sarah, 14, general servant,  b Cambridge

William, 12, b Cambridge

Alice, 8, b Cambridge

Emily, 6, b Cambridge

Frederick, 3, b Cambridge


Harry Alderton, 48, labourer, b Cambridge

Emma, 48, charwoman, b Bourn, cripple

Horace, 17, b Cambridge

Frederick, 13, b Cambridge

Hildreth, 11, b Cambridge

Douglas, 9, b Cambridge


B Woollard, 29, bricklayer’s labourer, b Suffolk

Sarah Woollard, 35, b Cambridge

A B, 6, b Cambridge

S O, 5, b Cambridge

L E, 3, b Cambridge

S S Brignell, 12, b Cambridge

Sarah Woollard, previously Brignall, had remarried and move from 4 to 73 Cambridge Place. However, her son, Charles continued living with his grandfather at no. 4.


Bert Woollard

Charles (William) Brignall: Private 35677, “B” Company, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment. Killed in action 20th November 1917. Aged 25. Born, resident and enlisted Cambridge. Son of Mrs. Sarah Woollard, of 73, Cambridge Place, Cambridge. No known grave. Commemorated on CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL, Nord, France. Panel 7 and 8. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)


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