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5 Union Road

History of 5 Union Road

1841: (5)

Edward Morris, 48, schoolmaster

Phebe, 30

Edward, 15

Arthur, 10

Thomas, 10

Henry, 8

Alexander, 4

Ann Sarah, 2

Frances, 10

Eliza, 10

William, 7

(5) Elizabeth Miles, 74

1851: unnumbered

George Robinson, head, 40, hatter, b Cambridge

Sarah, 35

George T, 12, b Cambridge

Alfred Lovett, 20, lodger, carpenter, b Norfolk

James Lambert, 37, lodger, carrier, b Rutland

James Flitton, head, 33, draper, b Herts

Jane, 33, b Somerset

Percy, 5, b Cambs

Ralph E, 1, b Cambs


Richard Smith, 59, widower, gardener, b Cheshire

Mary Lucy, 20, b Cambridge

Rosena Ann, 17, b Cambridge

Sarah Elizabeth, 14, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Moore, lodger, 66, b Cambridge


George J Croot, 41, gardener, b Gamlingay

Amelia J, 31, b Fen Ditton

(5a) Swan A Keith, 45, horse trainer groom, b Cambs

Sarah, 46, b Cambs

Minnie, 15, b Cambridge

Florence, 13, b Cambridge

Bessie, 10, b Cambridge

Mrs White, lodger, 51, b Hereford


Frances Boot, 56, b Cambridge

Faith, 20, shop assistant, b Cambridge

Alice Clarke, daughter, married, b Cambridge

George Clarke, grandson, 6, b Birmingham

Elsie Clarke, granddaughter, 4, b Cambridge

Dorothy Hunt, boarder, 22, kennel maid, b Stoke Newington

For a British Pathe 1931 film about the job of a kennel maid:

(5a) Charles Martin Jackson, 36, coachman domestic,

Sarah Jane, 40, b Bluntisham

Louisa May, 13, b Cambridge

Florence Maud, 11, b Cambridge

Edith Alice, 9, b Cambridge

Hilda Mercy, 8, b Cambridge

Charles William Joseph, 5, b Cambridge

Peter Martin, 2, b Cambridge


Mrs F Boot

(5a) Charles Martin Jackson, coachman


(5) Eva M Hart, b 1884, first aid laboratory assistant

Margaret D Pratt, b 1871

Marion Selkirk, b 1911, shop assistant (part time air raid warden)

(5a) Martin C Jackson, b 1874, tea shop

Sarah J, b 1868

Louisa M, b 1897, paid domestic helper


Miss E Hart

(5a) Miss L M Jackson


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