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83 Cambridge Place

History of 83 Seymoure Place

1841

James Flack, 50, shoemaker

Edwin, 20,

Caroline, 25,

James Easy, 25, bricklayer,

Elizabeth,25,

Elizabeth, 5,

Susanna, 3,

Emma, 1,


1851

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1861

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1871

James Parr, widower, 57, coal dealer, b Cambridge

Susan, 22, house keeper, b Cambridge

John R, 20 laborer, b Cambridge

Thomas W, 18, laborer, b Cambridge

Charles R, 15, laborer, b Cambridge

Frederic I, grandson, 1, b Cambridge


1881

Frederick Clark, 33, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Mary A, 31, charwoman, b Cambridge

Mary, 12, b Cambridge

Louisa, 10, b Cambridge

Frederic, 8,  b Cambridge

Eliza, 6, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 1, b Cambridge


1891

Ellen Wicks, married, 25, b Cambridge

Kate, 7, b Cambridge

Harry, 6, b Cambridge

George, 4, b Cambridge

Nellie, 4, (twins), b Cambridge

Ada, 3, b Cambridge

Thomas, 1, b Cambridge


1901

Thomas Faben, 39, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Minnie, 40, b Cambridge

Sarah, 22, b Cambridge

Arthur, 14, b Cambridge

Minnie, 11, b Cambridge

Horace, 9, b Cambridge

Dennis, 7, b Cambridge (died of wounds 1915)

Jessie, 5, b Cambridge

Lily, 3, b Cambridge

Frederick D, grandson, 3, b Cambridge

Dennis Faben: [Listed as FABE, D on CWGC] Private 8740, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died of wounds 23rd May 1915. Aged 22. Born and enlisted Cambridge. Buried in ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, Seine-Maritime, France. Plot A. Row 10. Grave 11. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)


1911

Mary Jane Seymour, 57, widow, sewing machinist, b Cambridge

Girtrude [sic], 24, factory hand, b Cambridge

Nellie, 22, dress maker, b Cambridge

Edith, 21, cook domestic, b Cambridge

Frederick Golding, nephew, 16, errand boy, b Cambridge


1913

Mrs J Seymour

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