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19 (83) Norwich Street

History of 19 Noriwch Street



Edward Pink, printer reader


Mary Ann, 23, teacher, b Cambridge

Alfred E, 21, pupil reader, b Cambridge

Alice M, 14, pupil teacher,

Henry M. 17, bookseller’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Allen Archer, lodger, 19, student, b Tasmania [Australia]

Circa 1886 Henry Mitchell Pink, a sorting clerk and telegraphist was found to have deliberately opened a letter clearly addressed to a relation of his and tried to defend himself by saying he had been authorized. He lost his job. (A Postal History of Cambridge 1970)



Edward Pink, 62, printer reader, b Cambridge

Harriet, 64, b Cambridge

Alice M, 24, elementary teacher, b Cambridge

Anne E Cropper, 26, visitor,  elementary teacher, b Derby



Edward Pink, printer’s reader

Harriett, 74, b Cambridge


Edward Pink, 82, widower, retired printer’s reader, b Cambridge

Alice Maude Pink, 44, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Temple, boarder, 36, manageress dyer and cleaners, b Kent


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