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34 (14) Norwich Street

History of 34 Norwich Street



Mervyn Patterson, 68, widower, licentiate of Apothecaries Co London  and local preacher, b Ireland

James Joseph Patterson, 26, b London



Mary A Constable, 50, lodging house keeper, b Cambridge

Mary C Baldry, lodger, 70, annuitant, b Cambridge

Robert J W Davison, 28, undergraduate, b Worcs



Frederick A Taylor, 31, porter, b Cambridge

Amelia, 29, dressmaker, b Willingham

Olive, 3, b Cambridge

Florence M Jabies, general servant, b Willingham

Jane R Morse, 71, widow, lodger, living on own means, b Cambridge



Fredric A Taylor, 40, porter, b Cambridge

Amelia, 39, b Willingham

Alex M, 13, b Cambridge


W J Challender, 45, confectioner, b Cambridge

E Challender, wife, 47, b Cambridge

H Challender, daughter, 9, b Cambridge

From WWI records it can be assumed that the Goodman family, who lost two sons in WWI, moved here from 55 Cambridge Place at some time during WWI


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