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68 Norfolk Street

History of 68 Norfolk Street

1881 There is no exactly corresponding house in 1881 to that in 1891 but there were two additional houses described as ‘Back’

House at Back:

Thomas Greenaway, widower, 74, shoemaker, b London

House at Back:

William Puddick, 22, builders labourer, b Suffolk

Emily,  21, b Trumpington


William Philips, 40, under gardener


William Philips, 48, gardener’s labourer, b Essex

Aimey, 55, b Cambridge

Hester, 23, b Cambridge

Ernest Tompson, 24, railway porter, b Foxton


Frederick Nunn, baker


Charles W Reynolds, b 1887, bricklayer

Daisy E, b 1895, college servant


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