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53 - 59 Norfolk Street

59 (33) Norfolk Street

History of 59 Norfolk Street

1861 (33)

Edward Pink, 32, printer reader and compositor, b Cambridge

Harriett, 34, b Cambridge

Edward A, 8, b Cambridge

Herbert, 6, b Cambridge

Mary A, 3, b Cambridge

Alfred E, 1, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Williams, 47, dress maker, b Essex

1871 (33)

George Puig, 31, baker and confectioner, b Cambridge

Hannah, 29, b Fordham

William H, 2, b Cambridge

George A, 8 mos, b Cambridge

1881 (33)

Alfred A Wisher, 34, manager of printing office, b Lincs

Ellen, 38, b Cambridge

Alfred A, 15, printing apprentice, b Cambridge

John G, 13, delivery boy, b Cambridge

Harry H, 11, b Cambridge

Sidney A, 9, b Cambridge

Ralph E, 7, b Cambridge

Annie M L, 4, b Cambridge

Edmund G, 3, b Cambridge

Horace W, 1, b Cambridge

1891 (59)

James Swainlands, 34, sign writer & painter, b Cambridge

Alice 34, b Norfolk

Henry H, 12, b Cambridge

James, 9, b Cambridge

William, 6, b Cambridge

Alice, 5, b Cambridge

May, 2, b Cambridge

John, 1, b Cambridge

[Henry and his brother James went on to live at 10 Norfolk Street]


William Newman, 71, college cook, b Bourn

Emma, 71, college bedmaker, b Balsham

Elizabeth, 48, b Cambridge

John, grandson, 18, printer compositor apprentice, b Cambridge

George E Stretch, grandson, 11, b Cambridge

William A, grandson, 8, b Cambridge

Sidney F, grandson, 4, b Cambridge


John Reynolds, bricklayer

1939 vacant


Mrs Thomas


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