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70 (39) Norfolk Street

History of 70 Norfolk Street

1851 unnumbered

Robert Goose, 60, carpenter journeyman, b Norfolk

Mary, 57, dressmaker, b Norfolk

Louisa, 21, b Cambridge

1861 (39)

Robert Goose, 70, carpenter, b Norfolk

Mary, 67, b Norfolk


(39 1/2)

William Newman, 41, journeyman collage cook, b Bourn

Emma, 41, b Balsham

Elizabeth, 18, b Cambridge

William, 17, footman, b Cambridge

Thomas, 16, corkcutter,, b Cambridge

Catharine, 14, tailor’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Alfred, 12, b Cambridge

Charles, 10, b Cambridge

Richard, 8, b Cambridge

Rebecca, 4, b Cambridge

Alice, 7mos, b Cambridge

(39 1/4)

Louisa Martin, 39, dressmaker, b Norfolk

Alfred, 12, b Cambridge

Ellen, 10, b Cambridge

Alice M, 6, b Cambridge

Emily, 4, b Cambridge

Sarah Cogman, lodger, 57, laundress, b Norwich

Robert Goose, 80, carpenter, b Martham


Joseph Pickman, 24, railway guard, b Essex

Hannah, 23, b Essex

1881 (39)

Thomas Wolfe, 32, tailor, b Cambridge

Emma, 31, b Longstanton

Florence, 3, b Cambridge

Alice, 1, b Cambridge

Jane Beaus, lodger, 61, laundress, b Cambridge


Timothy Caldecoat, 56, shoemaker, b Foxton

Mary A, 55, b Orwell

Edward A, 15, errand boy, b West Wratting

Harry, 13, errand boy, b West Wratting

William, 12, b West Wratting

Charles, grandson, 14, errand boy, b West Wratting

Sarah Bush, mother in law, widow, 74, b Barrington

1891 (70)

Isaac Wolfe, 65, brewers labourer


Isaac Wolfe, 75, brewer’s labourer, b Cambridge

Mary, 77, b Cambridge

Harry, 40, b Cambridge


Sidney Maskell, brewer’s drayman


Percy Landers, b 1888, slaughterman butcher

Lily E, b 1885



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