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7, 8, 9, 9a Union Road (MoC163/71)

7 Union Road

History of 7 Union Road

1841: (7)

John C Adells, 50, coachman

Ann, 45

Ann, 20

Mary, 20

Harriet, 13

Charles, 10



Thomas Hall, widower, 61, clerk, b London

Maria, 25, b London

Edward, 17, b London

Clara, 15, b London

Louisa, 15, b London

Alice, 12, b London

Henry, 11, b London

Eliza, 9, b Norfolk



Henry Philip Naylor, 39, printer and compositor, b Cambridge

Martha, 39, b Cambridge

Emily Alice, 10, b Cambridge

Thomas Edwin, 6, b Cambridge

Henry Philip, 4, b Cambridge

Eliza Gilby, servant, 15, b Balsham

Charles Thorp Dashwood, lodger, 35, coach painter, b Cambridge



Albert F Howlett, 42, printer


Dorothy M, 9, b Cambridge

Paulina E, 6, b Cambridge

Margaret L, 3,

Olive G, 9 mos,

Paulina Mathews, sister, 46, dressmaker

Edward Mathews, brother, labourer

Mary Ann Cottrell, visitor, 83, b Manchester



Albert Frances Howlett, 54, printer University press, b Cambridge

Lizzy, 50, b Cambridge

Evelyn, 16, cashier Co-op Society, b Cambridge

Margaret, 13, b Cambridge

Olive, 10, b Cambridge

Paulina Matthews, wife’s sister, 57, dressmaker, b Fulbourn

Edward Matthews, wife’s brother, 54, bricklayer, b Trumpington



Alfred F Howlett, printer’s machinist

Miss P Matthews, dressmaker



Elizabeth N Brook, b 1888, housekeeper

Eleanor M H, b 1912, nursery nurse

Alfred Glucksmann, b 1901, medical research worker



Mrs Brook

Miss E A Grierson


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