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5 Blossom Street

History of 5 Blossom Street


George Marshall, 34, tailor, b Cambridge

Charlotte, 47, b Cambridge

Florence, 12, scholar, b Cambridge

Edith, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Sidney, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, 19, son-in-law, grocers porter, b Cambridge

NB Arthur is described as unmarried, perhaps he is a step-son



James Huntlea, 33, musician, b Cambridge

Eliza G, 33, b Cambridge

Minnie, 8, b Cambridge

James, 4, b Cambridge

Agnes, 61, widow, mother, nurse, b Balsham



Arthur F Forsdyke, 27, plumber, b Saxmundham

Ellen M, 34, laundress, b Chesterton

Arthur E G G, 7, b Cambridge

Arthur F, 6, b Cambridge

Harry E, 3, b Cambridge

Ellen S U, 1, b Cambridge

NB though it looks unusual there were 2 boys called Arthur born to this family, both lived to adulthood



Richard Dean 83, b Cambridge

Annie, 60, tailoress, b Cambridge

Florence, 29, tailoress, b Cambridge



William H Rumbelow, b 1898, college kitchen porter

Dorothy L, 1903, housewife

Jean V (Clements), b 1927, school

1 closed record

Reginald V Thomas, b 1928, school

1 closed record


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