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27 (8) Norfolk Terrace

History of 27 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (8)

Isaac Walker, 42, bricklayer, b Mildenhall

Jane, 38, b Bury St Edmunds

James, 13, errand boy, b Mildenhall

Thomas, 11, scholar, b Mildenhall

William, 9, scholar, b Mildenhall

Maryjane, 7, scholar, b Mildenhall

Agnes B, 5 scholar, b Mildenhall

George, 1, b Cambridge

George, 19, nephew, labourer, b Mildenhall


1881 (as Number 8)

John Fordham, 49, engine driver, b Chesterton

Rachel, 50, b Chesterford

Louisa, 25, charwoman, b Cambridge

Charles, 14, working in coal yard, b Cambridge

Alfred, 12, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

William, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Henry, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Frederick, 2, grandson, b Cambridge



John Fordham, 59, miller, b Chesterton

Rachel, 60, b Chesterton

Louisa, 36, charwoman, b Cambridge

Charles, 24, brewers labourer, b Cambridge

Alfred, 20, stableman, b Cambridge

Arthur, 20, stableman, b Cambridge

Henry, 13, b Cambridge

Frederick, 12, b Cambridge



John Fordham, 70, millers labourer, b Chesterton

Rachel, 71, b Chesterton

Louisa, 46, charwoman, b Cambridge

Fred, 23, brewers labourer, b Cambridge



Louisa Fordham, 57, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Charles, 47, brother, coal porter, b Cambridge

John Charles, 16, chemists errand boy, b Cambridge

Agnes Lilley, 14, domestic servant, day girl, b Cambridge

Marian Green, 86, widow, boarder, old age pensioner, b Norfolk



Harry S Smith, b 1902, loco fireman, London North Eastern Railway

Violet A, b 1905, unpaid house duties

Stanley Ensor, b 1931, at school

Philip S Chaikin, b 1934, at school


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