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26 (13) Norwich Street (Norwich Arms)

History of 26 Norwich Street

1869

George Parker (Post Office Directory)


1871

(13) Norwich Arms

George Parker, 40,  gardener licensed victualler, b Sussex

Elizabeth, 38, b Sussex

George, 13, railway clerk, b Gloucs

Alfred, 12, b Middlesex

Henry, 6, b Cambridge

Willie, 2, b Cambridge

John Grace, head, 50, railway engine driver, b Cheshire

Mary Grace, 48, b Lancs

John Edward Grace, 12, b Yorks


1875

John Westley (Kelly’s)


1879

Mrs M A Roorze (Post Office Directory)


1881

(13)

George Hearn, 30, blacksmith, b Hants

Martha A Hearn, 27, b Cambs

William H Hearn, 2, b Berks

Edith E Hearn, 4 mos, b Cambs

Henry Jackson, lodger, 32, joiner, b Durham

Jane Jackson, lodger, 36, b Longford

Mary A Roome, lodger, 63, bar housekeeper, b Middlesex

Henry Sexton, lodger, 54, fly proprietor, b Suffolk

Caroline Sexton, lodger, 58, b Middlesex


1891

(13) Norwich Arms

Henry Sexton, 37, fly driver, b Suffolk

Sarah C, 35, b Essex

Henry, 15, stable lad, b London

Sarah C, 13, b London

George, 10, b Essex

Alfred, 8, b London

Pamela Rose, 6, b London

Alice M, 4, b London

Laura L, 2, b London

Frederick W, 4 mos, b Cambridge (There is a Frederick W Sexton on the St Paul’s Roll of Honour. Evidence  that these are the same person is inconclusive)

A C G Buckoke, 26, waiter, b London


1901

(13)

William D James, 39, publican. b London

Matilda, 39, b Ely

Lizzie, 12, b Cambridge

William J, 4, b Cambridge

Ethel Mellard, servant, 14, b Balsham


1911

Arthur William Webb, 32, publican, b Cambridge

Hannah, sister in law, 39, married, laundress, b Cambridge

Arthur Lawrence,son, 16, errand boy grocers, b Cambridge

Alice Day, servant, 20, domestic, b Cambridge

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