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61 (34) Norfolk Street

History of 61 Norfolk Street

1871: (34) Fat Pig

Matthew W Harvey, 38, publican, b Wisbech

Sarah, 38, b Cambridge

William, 19, grocer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 15, saleswoman, b Cambridge

Herbert G, 10, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 7, b Cambridge

Frederick, 1, b Cambridge

1881: (34)

Ellenor Sutton, widow, 61, manager, b Cambridge

Jane, 32, b Chesterton

William Winquill, lodger, 22, college porter, b Suffolk

1891: (61)

Henry Hight, 31, printer’s pressman, b Hunts

1901: Clergy House

Julia Cornwill, widower, 49, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Annie, 18, shirt machinist, b Cambridge

Harriet  A, 16, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Arthur S King, 34, C of E clergyman, b Sudbury

William M Irwin, 27, C of E clergyman, b Ireland


Mrs J Smith, wardrobe dealer


Taylor family start fish and chip shop.


Bertie T Taylor, b 1888, master fish merchant

Winifred A, b 1892

Dennis B, b 1920, radio worker tester

Maurice G, b 1922, typewriter machine apprentice

In 1981 the CWN reported that this had been an awarding-winning fish and chip shop.


Gordon B Taylor, fishmonger



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