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8 Union Road

History of 8 Union Road

1841: (8)

James Millijoin, 39, tea dealer

Thomas, 20, draper

John, 18, draper

Mary, 38

William Jackson, 20, tea dealer

………..

1851:

Edwin Seeding, 56, schoolmaster, b Cambridge

Mary, 77, widow, annuitant, b Cambridge

Susan Clarke, 31, housekeeper, b Cambs

Charles H Spurgeon, 16, articled ??, assistant, b Essex

……….

1861:

Joseph Pocock, 38, Inland Revenue officer, b ?

Emma, 35, b Norfolk

Joseph Thomas, 9, b Suffolk

Emma Sarah, 7, b Hants

Elizabeth Helen, 5, b Devon

John Alfred, 3, b Cambridge

Isabel Grace, 11 mons, b Cambridge

…………

1901:

Harry Bicheno, grocer

Edith

Phyllis

George

Stanley

Violet

Millicent, 10 mos,  b Cambridge

Elizabeth Banks, sister in law, 29, assistant in shop, b Sussex

Elizabeth Jackson, boarder, 53, living on own means, b Norfolk

Mary Reed Jackson, boarder, 52, living on own means, b Norfolk

……….

1911:

Harry Bicheno, 40, hotel waiter, b Over

Edith, 45, b London

Phyllis, 16, dressmaker, b Cambridge

George, 15, at Vit Press printing works, b Cambridge

Stanley, 13, b Cambridge

Violet, 12, b Cambridge

Lissie, 10, b Cambridge

Marjorie, 9, b Cambridge

Doris, 8, b Cambridge

Walter, 6, b Cambridge

Basil, 5, b Cambridge

…………..

1913:

Henry Bicheno

……….

1939:

Harry Bicheno, b 1871, retired

Edith, b 1866

Cissie, b 1900, dressmaker

Stanley Carter, b 1901, heavy lorry driver

Marjorie I Carter, b 1901

…………

1962:

Miss C M Bicheno

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