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92 - 96 Norfolk Street

92 (55) Norfolk Street

History of 92 Norfolk Street

1861: (55)

Charles Heffer, 27, dealer in hardware, b Trumpington

Emily, 27, b Cambridge

Emily, 7 mos, b Cambridge


1871: (55)

Jonathan Ayers, 52, b tailor, b Hunts

Rachel, 50, dress maker, b Waterbeach

Eunice, 21, dress maker, b Suffolk

John, 19, painter, b Suffolk

James, 15, baker’s assistant, b Suffolk

Ann, 11, b Suffolk


1881: (55)

William Swann, 33, tram car driver, b Cambridge

Francis A, 31, staymaker, b Cambridge

Henry, 9, b Cambridge

Freddie, 7, b Cambridge

Ada E, 5, b Cambridge

Maud, 4, b Cambridge


1891: (92) unoccupied



Hugh Mitchell, 57, newsagent, b Scotland

Sophia, 48, housewife, b Cambs

Charles A, 21, shop assistant, b Cambs

Alexander J, 19, shop assistant, b Cambs

George, 12, b Cambs

Jane, 10, b Cambs

Kate, 16, b Cambs

Alexander, 5, b Cambs



Mrs Mitchell, stationer and newsagent

George Staffurth Mitchell



G C Long, newsagent


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