1871: unnumbered. The Death household appear in the census to be living at a property at this location when the relative positions of other households are considered.
James Death, 48, unemployed coal agent, b Suffolk
Maria, 36, b Suffolk
Walter J, 8, b Suffolk
Minnie, 6, b Swaffham Bulbeck
Caroline A, 4, b Swaffham Bulbeck
Frank B, 2, b Swaffham Bulbeck
1881: building ground
Ned Pamphilon, 56, builder, b Whittlesford
Horace E, 24, builder, b Cambridge
Mary A, 22, b Cambridge
Mabel, 16, milliner, b Cambridge
Laura, 14, draper’s assistant, b Cambridge
Arthur, 12, b Cambridge
Ned Pamphilon, 65, builder, b Whittlesford
Phebe Pamphilon, 69, b Burwell
Edith Ley, step daughter, 40, drapers assistant, b Manchester
Constance Ellen Pamphilon, daughter, 29, b Cambridge
Ned Pamphilon, builder
Pamphilon and Sons, builders, contractors and funeral furnishers
1916: CIP 25.8.1916: A Flapping Blind: No Light To Be Shown After Dark At All. Ned Pamphilon summoned for not reducing and shading the inside lights of screening the window at the back of 59 Gwydir Street. Defendant said he was not aware of new Act coming into force. He was dismissed with a warning from the Bench.
Charles M Harpur
The Harpurs had two daughters and one son, James.
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