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25 (7) Norfolk Terrace

History of 25 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (7)

Frederick Willis, 34, millwright, b Stapleford

Ann, 32, b Haslingfield

Agnes, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Frederick W, 2, b Cambridge

Silas A, 5 months, b Cambridge


1881 (as Number 7)

Arthur J Clarke, 27, cellarman, b Balsham

Susan, 29, b Norfolk

Henry A, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Cecil J, 4 scholar, b Cambridge

Margaret, 2 months, b Cambridge

Henry E Rogers, 26, lodger, grocer’s assistant, b Yorkshire



Arthur G Clarke, 39, general labourer, b Norfolk

Susan, 40, b Norfolk

Henry, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Cecil G, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge

Margaret E, 10, b Cambridge

Lillie C, 7, b Cambridge

Bertie, 4, b Cambridge



Henry J Thompson, 59, pensioned quartermaster sergeant, Royal Artillery, baker and confectioner, b Cambridge

Jane, 50, British India

Alfred, 16, carpenters mate, b British India

Arthur, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge

Sidney, 11, b Cambridge

Charles, 8, b Cambridge



William Dunn,75, hotel waiter, out of employment, b Whittlesford

Elizabeth, 55, b Caldicote

Cecil, 16, milkman, b Cambridge

Samuel, 14, drapers errand boy, b Cambridge

Winnifred, 11, school, b Cambridge

The Dunn family had been living at 69 Mill Road in 1901.



William Dunn, waiter at Lion Hotel



Elizabeth Mary Dunn died of cancer age 64 early November 1918



Percy G Landford, b 1876, general dealer

Emily, b 1879, house duties, unpaid

Arthur, b 1908, kennel man

Edward G, b 1910, builders labourer


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