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James White Robinson

47 Mill Road (5) (16 Pulling Terrace)

History of 47 Mill Road

1881 (16 Pulling Terrace)

John E Galbin, 38, fencing master, b Bristol

1891 (5)

James White Robinson, 75, retired shoemaker, b Cambridge

James White Robinson

Elizabeth, 41, b Dry Drayton

James White Robinson, 18, apprentice printers compositor, b Cambridge [In 1901 he is living at 76 Searle Street]

Maud W, 17, b Cambridge [In 1901 she is a cook at the Friends School in Saffron Walden]

Arthur W, 13, tailors boy, b Cambridge

Blanch E, 12, b Cambridge

Neville W, 11, b Over

Clement W, 9, b Over

[In 1906 Clement travelled to the USA on board the ‘Philadelphia’. In 1913 he completed his intention of naturalization in which he stated he was a seaman, height 5ft 11 ins, weight 152 lbs, born in Cambridge and now living at 424 Mott Ave New York. The form is pre-printed to say that the applicant is ‘not an anarchist; I am not a polygamist nor a believer in the practice of polygamy. In 1920 he was given awards in respect of his service in the mercantile Marine in WWI]]

Ethel W, 8, b Over

[Sidney]Ralph W, 6, b Cambridge

In 1901 the Robinson family were living at 12 Mount Pleasant.

1901 (47)

James Carder, 55, foreman machine minder printer, b Rochford


James Carder, printer


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