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14 New Street

History of 14 New Street

Approximate position.


James Rolfe, 39, hawker, b Cambridge

Eliza, 35, b Cambridge

James, 13, b Cambridge

George, 11, b Cambridge

Emma, 10, b Cambridge [victim of murder in 1876]

Alfred, 6, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 4, b Cambridge

Harry, 2, b Cambridge




John Stokes, 37, gas works, b Cambridge

Annie, 34, b Cambridge

Alice, 13,  b Cambridge

John, 10, b Cambridge (By the time of his death in 1918 John was living with his wife at 11 Henley Road)

Albert, 7, b Cambridge

In 1913 residences from Albert Street in the west to Sturton Street in the east were numbered from 4 to 84. At the west end, adjacent to no. 4 was the Castle Soap Works.



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