James Millijoin, 39, tea dealer
Thomas, 20, draper
John, 18, draper
William Jackson, 20, tea dealer
Edwin Seeding, 56, schoolmaster, b Cambridge
Mary, 77, widow, annuitant, b Cambridge
Susan Clarke, 31, housekeeper, b Cambs
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, 16, articled pupil, assistant, b Essex
Charles Spurgeon‘s father was a pastor in the dissenting church in Colchester. Charles had recently joined the Baptist Church and went on to become a prominent pastor and preacher. (note from JJ 2023). In 1852, he was called to be the pastor of the small Baptist church at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.
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
Harry Bicheno, grocer
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
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
Harry Bicheno, b 1871, retired
Edith, b 1866
Cissie, b 1900, dressmaker
Stanley Carter, b 1901, heavy lorry driver
Marjorie I Carter, b 1901
Miss C M Bicheno
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