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92 - 96 Norfolk Street

94 (56) Norfolk Street

History of 94 Norfolk Street

1861: (56)

Thomas Farnham, son, 29, labourer, b Cambridge

Joseph, son, 21, labourer, b Cambridge


1871: (56)

John Smith, 26, goods foreman, b Herts

Susan, 31, b Northants

William, 3, b Thriplow

Tom, 1, b Bourne


1881: (56)

John Smith, 36, grocer’s porter, b Herts

Susan, 42, b Northants

William, 13, errand boy, b Cambs

Tom, 10, b Cambs

Herbert J, 8, b Cambridge

Albert, 5, b Cambridge

Arthur, 2, infant, b Cambridge


1891: (94)

William Loveday, 45, whitesmith, b Norfolk


1901:

James Allen, 66, railway engine driver, b Ely

Hannah, 66, b Peterborough

Harry, 28, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Fry, visitor, 30, cook, b Liverpool


1913:

Charles David Fordham, plumber

1962:

Michael G Claydon

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