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Terrace Lane

History of Terrace Lane

1901:

1: Emma Rickett

Emma J, laundress

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2: William Surrey, waiter

Elizabeth, 51, b Waterbeach

John B, 17, stationers shop assistant, b Cambridge

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3: Charles J Capon, 25, club waiter, b London

Edith M, 23, b Cambridge

William G, 1, b Cambridge

Grace E, 4 mos, b Cambridge

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4: Edwin Cook, 24, college servant,

Louisa, 24,

Edith, 3,

Grace, 11 mos,

William, 47, father, widower, warehouseman packer,

Sidney Gawthorp, 24, cook, visitor,

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5: Frederick Keely, 45, cab driver, b Norfolk

Emily, 35,  b Dullingham

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6: Martha Glasscock, 62, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Sarah Wallis, boarder, 51, housekeeper, b Brighton

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7: George W Kitson, 26, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Sarah M, 24, b Cambridge

Lily L, 6, b Cambridge

Dorothy E, 4, b Cambridge

Elise May, 2, b Cambridge

William G, 9 mos, b Cambridge

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8: Patrick J Hannen, 35, hawker and pedlar, b Cambridge

Betsy, 34, b Lancs

Patrick E, 6, b Wales

Annie E, 3, b Cambridge

John, 1, b Cambridge

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9: Janet McMaster, 75, living on own means, b Scotland

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10: Charles Mole, railway porter

Eliza

Walter C

Sarah Satchworth, lodger, 53, college servant, b Cambridge

Percy H Elborn, grandson

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11: Henry A Bradford, 53, painter, b Cambridge

Bertha, 42, b Cambridge

Herbert N, 9, b Cambridge

Percy H, 7, b Cambridge

Florence M, 14, b Cambridge

Ellen Maud, 11, b Cambridge

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12: George Willis, widower, 38, baker, b Beds

George H, 12, b Cambridge

Edith, 10,  b Cambridge

Amy G, 7, b Cambridge

Herbert, 5, b Cambridge

Agnes May, 2, b Cambridge

Florence, 6 mos, b Cambridge

Alice Simpkins, aunt, 30, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Percival Simpkins, nephew, 4, b Cambridge

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13: Henry Polendine, 62, hospital porter, b Cambs

Jane, 63, b Cornwall

Alfred, 21, railway parcels porter, b Cyprus

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14: Josiah Rowlinson, 64, gardener, b Pampisford

Ellen

William, 31, drapers porter, b Cambridge

Herbert Marshall, visitor, 33, gardener, b Trumpington

Elizabeth Marshall, visitor, 33, dress maker, b Trumpington

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15: William P Wells, 40, gardener, b Littleport

Sarah, 44, b Cambs

Agnes M A, 19, b Waterbeach

William J, 18, railway engine cleaner, b Cambridge

Frances C, 14, b Cambridge

George Parcel, boarder, 25, baker, b Cambridge

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1911:

1: Emma Rickett, 86, widow, b Ickleton

Emma Jane, 47,  b Cambridge

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2: William Surrey, 67, college carver [waiter], b Childerditch

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3: Susan Parfey, 76, widow, b Cambridge

Elsie Ashberry, 19, b Cambridge

Bessie Ashberry, 18, b Cambridge

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4: Victor Fredrick Ostler, 33, house decorator, b London

Myria Ostler, 37, b Suffolk

Fredrick Charles, 2, b Cambridge

Dorothy Hilda, 8 mos, b Cambridge

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5: James Maurice Sayer, 25, kitchen porter college, b Chesterton

Lily May Sayer, 29, b Newmarket

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6: Charles Haggis, 33, grocers warehouseman, b London

Gertrude, 32, b Suffolk

Frederick Papworth, boarder, 48, fish merchant, b Cambridge

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7: Harry Minter, 40, jobbing gardner, b Essex

Alice, 41, charwoman, b Cambs

Harry, 14, house boy, b New Cross London

Henry Harry Minter: [Spelt MINTOR on memorial] Private, 325449, 1st/1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Killed in action 31st March 1918. Aged 21. Formerly 1971, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Born New Cross, Kent, enlisted Cambridge. Employed as a warehouseman by the Cambridge University Press. Son of Mr. H. and Mrs. A. Minter. Commemorated on Pozieres Memorial, Panels 84/85. See also Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Guildhall. (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

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8: Thomas Willis, 76, retired coal miner, b Durham

Rebecca Hobbs, servant, 58, housekeeper, b Cambridge

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9: George Stokes, 26, brewers labourer, b Cambridge

Annie, 26, b Essex

George Edward, 2, b Cambridge

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10: Charles Mole, 48, engine cleaners foreman GER, b Grantchester

Eliza Sarah Mole, 53, b Cambridge

Walter Charles Mole,   23, engine fitter Norman cement co., b Cambridge

Percy Howcraft Elbourn, adopted, 11, b Cambridge

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11: Mrs B Johnson, 48, college bedmakers help, b Lincs

Earnest Harvey, son. 20, oil man traveller, b Cambridge

Ellen Harvey, daughter, 15, servant, b Cambridge

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12: William Henry Cook, 54, labourer cycle makers, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 43, b Cambridge

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13: Richard Aves, 34, farm labourer, b West Row Suffolk

Caroline Louisa, 35, b Girton

Winifred Maray, 7, b Cambridge

Herbert Frederick Seldrick, 23, lodger, brewer labourer, b Cambridge

Richard Aves: Private TF203346, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex Regiment). Killed in action 17th April 1918. Born West Row, Suffolk, enlisted Bury St Edmund’s, resident Cambridge. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 113 to 115. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

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14: William Rowlinson, 41, drapers porter, b Cambridge

Fanny, 47, b Oakington

Ellen Rowlinson, mother, 77, widow, b Dry Drayton

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15: Emily Derby, 39, widow, dressmaker, b Aldershot

Vera, 16, servant, b London

Winnifred, 14, servant, b London

Pearl, 12, b Cambridge

William Hogger, brother, 28, showing blacksmith, b Cambridge

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1913:

West Side

  1. Mrs Emma Rickett, laudress
  2. Mrs Parfey
  3. Harry Hardy, plumber’s mate
  4. Charles Henry Rye, cook
  5. James Maurice Sayer, college porter
  6. Charles Haggis, labourer
  7. Harry Minter, gardener
  8. Thomas Willis
  9. Henry Theaker, shop assistant
  10. Charles Mole, labourer
  11. Charles Arles

East Side

Providence Cottages

12. William Cook, cycle cleaner

13. Richard Aves, farm labourer

14. Josiah Rawlinson, porter

15, Henry Robert Bradford

1962:

12. Jas A Powley

13. Derek J Hodges

 

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