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83 Cambridge Place

History of 83 Seymoure Place


James Flack, 50, shoemaker

Edwin, 20,

Caroline, 25,

James Easy, 25, bricklayer,


Elizabeth, 5,

Susanna, 3,

Emma, 1,


Mary Pauley, 50, nurse, Grantchester


Charles Hines, 35, labourer, b Cambs


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


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


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


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)


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


Mrs J Seymour


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