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102 (60) Norfolk Street, Proctor’s Buildings

History of 102 Norfolk Street

1861: (60)

Thomas Saunders, 63, carter, b Trumpington

Susan, 62, b Cambridge

Thomas, 27, b Trumpington

Sarah, 25, b Trumpington

Joseph, 23, b Trumpington

Hannah, 21, b Trumpington

Susan, 10, b Trumpington

Tom, grandson, 10mos, b Cambridge

………..

1871: (60)

Susan Saunders, 74, widow, b Cambridge

Hannah, 30, mantle maker, b Trumpington

………….

1881: (60)

Charles Gillingham, 27, lamplighter, b Cambridge

Emily, 27, b Cambridge

James, 5, b Cambridge

Charles, 4, b Cambridge

George, 2, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 8 mos, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 50. mother, widow, b Harston

…………..

1891: (102)

Joseph Proctor, 66, living on own means, b Suffolk

…………..

1901:

Errington Bottomley, 30, tailor, b Cambridge

Ellen, 26, b Cambridge

Elsie, 2, b Cambridge

Errington, 8 mos, b Cambridge

…………

1913:

Robert Bullis, plasterer

1962:

Hugh W Flack

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