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5 Norfolk Street

1 – 7 (1 – 2) Norfolk Street

History of 1 - 7 Norfolk Street

1841:

(1)

Martha Young, 20

(3)

William Beaumont, 21

Sarah, 50

Rebecca, 13

James, 9

……………

1851: ?

……………

1861:

(1)

Sara Beaumont, widow, 67, b Long Stanton

Rebecca, 32, sempstress, b Cambridge

Annette, grand daughter, 8, b Cambridge

(2)

Christina Gilbert, 45, charwoman, b Norfolk

Alfred, 19, labourer, b Cambridge

Richard Thompson, lodger, 17, labourer, b Cambridge

………

1871: (1)

Jane Smith, head, 29, shoebinder, b Littleport

Frederick, bro, 13, labourer, b Cambridge

…………

1881:

(1)

William Brown, 39, sawyer, b Cambridge

Ann, 38, b Essex

Alfred, 4, b Cambridge

Samuel, 2, b Cambridge

(2)

Betsy Thompson, 31, marr., b March

William H, 6, b Essex

Winnie, 3, b Cambridge

Nelly, 2, b Cambridge

Matthew, 5, b March

Lilly, 3 weeks, b Cambridge

………..

1891:

(1) Osborne

(3) Thompson

(5-7) Freeman

……….

1901:

(1)

Harriett Oaks, wife, 43, no occupation, b Middlesex

William A, 15, b London

Mabel M, 14, b Norwich

Percy F, 10, b Norwich

Herbert, 6, b Norwich

Lily Rosa, 2, b Cambridge

(3)

John Wade, 65, umbrella repairer, b Stowmarket

Mary A Wade, 60, b NK

………….

1913:

(1 – 7) Walter Freeman, broker and furniture dealer

1962:

(1) R H Mallows, boot repairer

(3) Mrs A L Warwick, wardrobe dealer

(5 – 7) –

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