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90 (54) Norfolk Street, Post Office

History of 90 Norfolk Street

1861: (54)

Henry Benton, 51, painter and glazier, b Cambridge

Phebe, 51, b Suffolk

George, 22, printer and compositor, b Cambridge

Rebecca, 17, b Cambridge

Charles, 14, b Cambridge

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1871: (54)

Henry Benton, 61, painter and glazier, b Cambridge

Phebe, 61, b Suffolk

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1881: (54)

Phoebe Benton, 72, no occupation, b Suffolk
Rebecca Bridges, daughter, widow, 37, cook, b Cambridge

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1891: (90)

Moses Haynes, 48, grocer, b Fulbourn

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1901:

James F Haynes, 28, grocer shopkeeper, b Cambridge

Annie F, 25, b Cambridge

Dorothea O, 1, b Cambridge

Kate Harvey, 14, servant, b Essex

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1913:

James Lawrence Haynes, grocer and subpostmaster

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1939:

Reginald Willis, b 1908, bread baker

Irene A, b 1909

Sidney N, bread baker

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