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19 (4) Norfolk Terrace

History of 19 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (4)

Robert Banyard, 39, drapers porter, b Suffolk

Sarah, 43, needlewoman, b Suffolk

Martha, 11, b Cambridge

William, 9, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 7, b Cambridge


1881 (4)

William Banyard, 20, draper’s assistant, b Cambridge

Martha, 21, sister, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Sarah E, 17, sister, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Separate household

Ellen Chapman, 33, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Gertrude E, 10, scholar, b Cambridge



Walter Woods, 44, printer compositor, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 44, b London

Walter, 19, tailor, b Cambridge

Mary, 18, milliner, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 16, staymaker, b London

Ellen, 13, b Cambridge

Edward, 10, b Cambridge

Sarah Webb, 27, sister, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Webb, 1 month, niece, b Cambridge



Walter Wood, 54, printer, b Cambridge

Mary A, 54, b London

Elizabeth, 26, dressmaker, b London

Ellen, 23, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Ernest, 20, bookbinder, b Cambridge

Louisa Webb, 37, sister, college servant, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Webb, 10, niece, b Cambridge



Esther Barton, 43, laundry work, b Cambridge

Alfred Burbage, 43, boarder, bookbinder’s forwarder, b Cambridge



Norah R Witcombe (Gordon), b 1912, unpaid domestic duties

Terence A, b 1937, under school age


1974 vacant plot


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