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10 Norfolk Street

History of 10 Norfolk Street

In 1901 and 1911 this was the home of Henry Harding Swainland, painter and decorator, who lived with his wife Emma and brother James.


Henry H Swainland, painter


James, 19, brother, b Cambridge

[The family had previously lived at 59 Norfolk Street]


Harry Hardin Swainland, 31, decorator, b Cambridge

Emma, 32, b Cambridge

Cyril, 7, b Cambridge

William, 26, brother, house painter, b Cambridge


Harry Swainland, painter and grainer


Thomas Percy Wood, aged 28 died 10.11.1918. Probable influenza.


Edith Wood, b 1894, college bedmaker


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