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17 (3) Norfolk Terrace

History of 17 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (3)

George Lister, 30, lamplighter, b Cambridge

Rebecca, 39, b Cambridge

George, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Walter, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Elizabeth C, 6, scholar. B Cambridge

Rebecca M, 3, scholar, b Cambridge

John, 1, b Cambridge


1881 (as Number 3)

John Haylock, 28, agent of sewing machines, b Sawston

Fanny, 28, b Sawston

Separate household

Henry Thompson, 42, upholsterer, b Cambridge

Annie, 43, b Cambridge

Whybro Drake, 23, lodger, carpenter, b Isleham

David Chapman, 22, lodger, grocer assistant, b Newmarket



John Haylock, 38, agent, sewing machines, b Sawston

Fanny, 36, b Sawston

Edith, 5, b Cambridge

Beatrice, 3, b Cambridge

Maud, 1 month, b Cambridge

Walter Fenton, 40, boarder, baker, b Cambridge



Fanny Haylock, 47, widow, college servant, b Sawston

Edith, 15, factory hand, packer, b Cambridge

Beatrice, 13, b Cambridge

Maud, 10, b Cambridge



Sidney Lillie, 35, town postman, General Post Office, b Soham

May, 24, b Colchester

Ernest, 5, school, b Norfolk



Albert G Plumb, b 1893, railway shunter. RP London North Eastern Railway

Elle, b 1891, housewife


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