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14 (39) Norfolk Terrace

History of 14 Norfolk Terrace

1881 (39)

James Hagger, 40, blacksmith, b Suffolk

Margarate, 33, b Dublin

Alice, 12, scholar, b Ireland

Emily, 9, scholar, b Aldershot

Theresa, 7, scholar, b Lancashire

Charles, 1, b East Indies



Samuel Rose, 37, baker, b Rampton

Charlotte, 34, b Soham

George C, 12, b Cambridge

Ethel Maud, 10, b Cambridge

Ernest S, 9, b Cambridge

Florence B, 7, b Cambridge

Agnes G, 5, b Cambridge

Annie B, 2, b Cambridge

Lilian B, 1, b Cambridge



Samuel Rose, 47, baker, b Rampton

Charlotte, 44, b Soham

George C, 22, journeyman baker, b Cambridge

Ernest S, 19, baker, b Cambridge

Agnes G, 15, apprentice dressmaker, b Cambridge

Annie B, 12, school, b Cambridge

Lilian B, 11, school, b Cambridge

Alice M, 9, school, b Cambridge

Arthur S, 8, school, b Cambridge

Grace C, 6, school, b Cambridge

Edith H, 4, school, b Cambridge



Samuel Rose, 57, baker, b Rampton

Charlotte, 54, b Soham

Agnes, 24, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Annie, 22, drapers assistant, b Cambridge

Lily, 21, domestic servant, b Cambridge

Alice 20, knitting machinist, b Cambridge

Arthur, 18, butcher, b Cambridge

Grace, 16, dressmaker, improver, b Cambridge

Edith, 14, apprentice upholsterer, b Cambridge

Florence Pettit, 27, married daughter, housekeeper, b Cambridge



Charlotte Rose, b 1857, widow, incapacitated

Alice M Matthews, b 1891, unpaid domestic duties

Percy T Matthews, b 1904, assistant driver steam turbine electric generating station. Air Raid Warden


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