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4 Norfolk Street

History of 4 Norfolk Street


John P J Whitehead, 55, carriage painter, b Cambridge

Susannah, 51, b Cambridge

Robert, 24, carriage painter, b Cambridge

Edward, 22, harness maker, b Cambridge

Mary, 18, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Albert, 16, bookbinder, b Cambridge

Arthur, 13, b Cambridge

Special Constables – Sworn in at Cambridge Police Court. At the Borough Police Court on Friday morning, before the Mayor (Mr. W.P. Spalding) and other magistrates, the following special constables were sworn: … John James Whitehead, 4 Norfolk Street …
The Deputy Clerk: You will receive notice if your services are required.

The Mayor: I hope they never will be required.”
Cambridge Independent Press 21 October 1910


John Whitehead, coach and carriage painter


Elizabeth Whitehead, b 1871

Jack G, b 1911, hospital cook

Arthur L Cook, b 1887, newsvendor


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