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15 (2) Norfolk Terrace

History of 15 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (2)

Martha Nightingale, 35, widow, b Norfolk

Edward, 5, b Lambeth

Jane A, 3, b Lambeth


1881 (2)

Martha Nightingale, 48, widow, laundress, b Little Swaffham

Edward, 15, b Little Swaffham

Jane, 13, b Little Swaffham

Mary Feast, 67, widow, lodger, b Waterbeach

Separate household

James S Bement, 25, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Betty, 30, b Granchester

Frank P, 4, b Cambridge

Grace E, 1, b Cambridge

Eliza Rayment, 72, widow, mother, b Granchester



James Barnes, 25, maltster, b Foxton

Mary Ann, 29, b Madingley

Edith May, 3, b Cambridge

John B, 2, b Cambridge

Charles L, 6 months, b Cambridge

Charles Barlow, 19, relative, brewer, b Madingley

Charles W Gray, 16, boarder, engine cleaner Great Eastern Railway, b Cambridge



Walter Hulland, 31, bricklayers labourer, b Swansea

Jane A, 36, b York

Margaret, 5, b Trumpington

Dorothy, 3, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 1, b Cambridge



Walter William Hulland, 42, labourer, b Swansea

Jane, 46, b Yorkshire

Edith Margaret, 15, tailoress, b Trumpington

Dorothy, school, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Mary, 11, school, b Cambridge



Jane Hulland, b 1864, widow, unpaid domestic duties

Elizabeth M, b 1899, incapacitated


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