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6 Norfolk Street

History of 6 Norfolk Street

1901:

Maud Burrell, 42, b Cambridge

Lilian, 22, b Cambridge

Florence, 18, b Cambridge

Alfred, 16, cycle maker, b Cambridge

Herbert, 14, apprentice printing, b Essex

Horace, 11, b Essex

Henry, 8, b Essex

Percival, 4, b Essex

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

By 1911 the family was living at 67 Maids Causeway

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1911:

Oswald George Smith, 49, bootmaker, b Essex

Emily, 48, b Hardwick

Harry P, 21, shorthand typewriter telephone, b Cambridge

Fanny E, 20, assistant in shop ladies bootmaker, b Cambridge

Charles W, 18, draper’s clerk, b Cambridge

Percy G, 9, b Cambridge

In 1901 the family were living at 6 Norfolk Street.

Oswald died October 14th 1912.

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1939:

Albert J Scott, b 1900, turner metal aircraft

Dorothy E E Scott, b 1900

Hannah Rawlinson, b 1876

Zena, b 1914

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Allen Boreham, b 1932

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