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9 Blossom Street

History of 9 Blossom Street

1881

Joseph Lavender, 41, carpenter, b Chatteris

Mary, 39, b Chatteris

Hannah, 15, b Cambridge

John, 13, solicitors clerk, b Cambridge

Joseph, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Susan, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

 

1891

Henry Bowman, 27, tailor, b Cambridge

Hannah, 25, b Cambridge

Winifred S, 4, b Cambridge

Frederick J, 3, b Cambridge

Mary E, 1, b Cambridge

 

1901

Henry Bowman, 37, tailor, b Cambridge

Hannah, 35, b Cambridge

Winifred S, 14, school, b Cambridge

Frederick J, 13, school, b Cambridge

Mary E, 11, school, b Cambridge

Harry J E, 7, school, b Cambridge

Susan H, 6, school, b Cambridge

 

1911

Edward George Tuck, 45, widower, house carpenter, b London

Leonard Frederick, 17, apprentice to hosiery, b Cambridge

 

1939

Edward C Crawley, b 1893, soap maker

Betty (or Lizzie), b 1896, unpaid domestic duties

Colin, b 1920, general labourer

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