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74 (41) Norfolk Street

History of 74 Norfolk Street

1861 (41)

Philip Odams, 55, painter, b Cambridge

1871 (41)

Henry Phillips, 42, police sergeant, b Cambridge

Sarah, 44, b Swavesey

Thomas, 22, labourer, b Long Stanton

Emma, 21, b Long Stanton

Henry, 16, labourer, b Cambridge

James R, 12, b Cambridge

Arthur, 8, b Cambridge

Sarah, 5, b Cambridge

1881 (41)

James Bacon, 44, police constable, b Essex

Emma, 39, b Essex

Laura E, 13, trotter [?], b Cambridge

1891 (74)

Walter Lister, 28, town postman, b Cambridge


Walter Germany, 25, boot repairer, b Chesterton

Emily, 26, b Cambridge

Arthur, 5, b Chesterton

Sidney, 4, b Cambridge

Florence, 2, b Cambridge

Walter, 4 mos, b Cambridge

1913 approx location

Thomas Gillson, painter


Hilda Grace Willson [sic] was reported in the press to have died of consumption (TB) aged 20 months, daughter of Lily Gillson.


Arthur Halls, b 1892, house painter and decorator

Lily, b 1890

Roy H, b 1920, tailors presser


Arthur Halls


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