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66 (38) Norfolk Street

History of 66 Norfolk Street

1861 (38)

Louisa Martin, 30, engineer’s wife, b Norfolk

Alfred, 2, b Cambridge

Ellen G, 2 mos, b Cambridge

1865 Cambridge Chronicle 28/10/1865

Thomas Gwynn, who had been living here for three months, and previously at 37 Norfolk Street, was declared bankrupt. He is described as a boilermaker.

1871 (38)

Sarah Corbouls, widow, 60, school mistress, b Burwell

Fanny, daughter in law, 32, b Cornwall

Adelaide, grand daughter, 7, b Gibraltar

Arthur G, grandson, 3, b Gibraltar

Violet C, grand daughter, 10 mos, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Briggs. lodger, widow, 31, b Cornwall

Thomas F Briggs , lodger, 5, b Cambridge

Albert W Briggs, lodger, 4, b Cambridge

1881 (38)

Rebecca Philips, 50, dressmaker, b Newnham

Henry, 6, b Longstanton

Susan Ballard, lodger, widow, 78, semptress, b Cambridge

1891 (66)

Harry Emmons, 61, mail messenger GPO, b Cambridge

1901 vacant


Alfred Clark, stonemason


Maud A Clark, b 1865

Maud E D Aylett, b 1896, flat knitting machinist


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