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35, 37, 39 Norfolk Street

39 (20) Norfolk Street, Royal Engineers

History of 39 Norfolk Street

1851: (20)

Rebecca Barker, 50, laundress, b Cambs

William Ireland, 25, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Mary, 19, laundress, b Lincs

James G, 1, b Cambridge

Johannah Horley, servant, 16, b Ireland

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1861: ?

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1871: (21 – 20) Engineers

John Townsend, 42, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Mary, 41, b Cambridge

George W, 16, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Ellen, 12, b Cambridge

Annie, 7, b Cambridge

Albert, 2, b Cambridge

Agnes, 10 mos, b Cambridge

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1881: (20 & 21) Royal Engineers

John Townsend, 51, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Mary, 51, b Cambridge

Annie, 17, b Cambridge

Albert, 12, b Cambridge

Agnes, 10, b Cambridge

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1891:

John Townsend, publican and shoemaker

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1901:

John Townsend, 71, publican, b Cambridge

John Arnold, son in law, 37, worker, b Australia

Elizabeth A, 38, b Cambridge

Ellen M M, 6, b Cambridge

John C, 2, b Cambridge

Hilda, 9 mos, b Cambridge

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1913: Royal Engineers

Joseph Tingey

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1939: (37-39)

William Burgess, b 1898, oil and hardware shopkeeper

Ada, b 1899

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Mary Ann Creek, b 1865, servant retired

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1962: (37-9)

J P McDougall, decorators

 

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