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2 Brooklands Avenue

History of 2 Brooklands Avenue

1881

Charles Cook

Sophie E

Weston C

Sarah S

Sophia

Sarah F Hubbard. widow, mother in law, 70, born Newmarket

Florence Porter, servant, 13, born Cambridge

1891

Charles Cook, 64, retired florist, born Cambridge

Sophia E, 49, born Burwell

Weston C, 13, born Cambridge

Sarah P, 12, born Cambridge

Sophia, 10, born Cambridge

Caroline, 9, born Cambridge

Ellen Feeks, servant, 17, born Burwell

1901

Sophie E Cook, 58, widow, living on own expenses, born Burwell

Sophie, 20, born Cambridge

Elizabeth Gordon, 27, born Norfolk

1911

unoccupied

1913

George Morier-Hinde, teacher of modern languages

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