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2 Blossom Street

History of 2 Blossom Street


Samuel Brown, 25, cattle dealer, b Cambridge

Martha, 20, b Cambridge

William Hammond, 24, brother-in-law, cattle dealer, b Cambridge

Thomas Hammond, 12, brother-in-law, servant, b Cambridge



Thompson J W Pinney, 37, college porter, b Cambridge

Sarah, 31, b Trumpington

Maria, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Alfred, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Kate, 4, scholar, b Cambridge



Charles Wilson, 49, cab driver, b Trumpington

Mary Ann, 45, b Cambridge

Alice, 15, general servant, b Cambridge

Annie, 13, b Cambridge

Charles, 10, b Cambridge

Thomas, 7, b Cambridge

John Allen, 5, b Cambridge

George Albert, 2, b Cambridge



Charles Wilson, 60, cab driver, b Trumpington

Mary A, 55, b Cambridge

Alice A, 25, dressmaker on own account, b Cambridge

Charles, 20, out of work, b Cambridge

Thomas W, 17, warehouse porter, b Cambridge

John A, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

George A, 12, school, b Cambridge



Mary Ann Wilson, 66, widow, b Cambridge

Alice Allen Wilson, 35, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Charles Wilson, 39, widower, domestic groom, b Cambridge

John Allen Wilson, 25, goods porter, Great Eastern Railway, b Cambridge

George Albert Wilson, 22, postman, b Cambridge

Albert Edward Wilson, 4, grandson, school, b Old Chesterton



Doris Burns, b 1906, domestic duties

3 closed records


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