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67 Norfolk Street

67 (37) Norfolk Street, The Tailor’s Arms

History of 67 Norfolk Street

1881: (37) Tailors Arms

William Thompson, 46, cowkeeper and publican, b Yorks

Elizabeth, 48, b Yorks

Robert, 17, cowman, b Yorks

Frankland, 15, cowkeeper, b Yorks

Hannah, 12, b Yorks

Annie, 6, b Yorks

………….

1891: (67)

Frederick Cummings, 37, innkeeper, b Berks

………….

1901: The Tailor’s Arms

Elizabeth Barton, widow, 74, publican, b Isleham

Emma, 41, charwoman, b Isleham

Esther, 33, laundress, b Cambridge

Ellen, 31, needlewoman, b Cambridge

Robert Shorrocks, nephew, 19, fishmonger’s porter, b Cambridge

Alfred Burbage, boarder, 33, bookbinder forwarder, b Cambridge

………..

1913: The Tailor’s Arms

Charles Cowles

1962:

H S Smith, greengrocer

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