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4 Blossom Street

History of 4 Blossom Street


Hephzibah Suttle, 40, widow, laundress, b Elsworth

Alfred, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Harry, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

Walter E, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Frank, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Sidney, 18 months, b Cambridge

Keziah Knight, 21, lodger, housemaid, b Newton



Robert Johnson, 37, college servant, b Soham

Mary, 39, b Isleham

Henry R, 11, b Cambridge

Ada, 9, b Cambridge

Edith, 6, b Cambridge

Marshall, 4, b Cambridge

Martha, 1, b Cambridge



Robert Johnson, 48, college servant, b Soham

Mary, 49, college servant, b Isleham

H(enry) R, 21, grocers assistant, b Cambridge

Ada, 19, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Edith, 16, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Marshall, 14, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, 11, scholar, b Cambridge


NB no birth for Martha Johnson in 1890, only Arthur Johnson – was the name misheard in 1891?



Robert Johnson, 58, widower, college servant, silver room, St John’s College, b Soham

Ada, 29, housekeeper, b Cambridge



George James Burrell, b 1901, locomotive foreman

Phyllis E, b 1903, domestic duties

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