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35 (12) Norfolk Terrace

History of 35 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (as Number 12)

John Tiplady, 37, widower, boot and shoemaker, b Cambridge

George B, 12, scholar, b Cambridge

William J, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

Charles F, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Annie L, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Florence M, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary, 64, widow, mother, domestic, b Northamptonshire

William, 24, brother, wood carver, b Cambridge


1881 (also as Number 12)

John Tiplady, 47, widower, bootmaker, b Cambridge

William, 21, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Charles, 18, tailor, b Cambridge

Annie, 16, tailoress, b Cambridge

Florence, 14, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary, 73, widow, mother, b Northamptonshire



John Tiplady, 57, widower, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Florence May, 24, b Cambridge

William, 10, grandson, b Cambridge

Mary, 83, widow, mother, b Northamptonshire



John Tiplady, 67, widower, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Florence, 34, housekeeper, b Cambridge

William, 20, grandson, bootmaker, b Cambridge



John Tiplady, 77, widower, bootmaker, b Cambridge

Florence, 44, housekeeper, b Cambridge



Frank G Phillips, b 1907, bricklayers foremen. Rescue squad, ARP

Violet M, b 1905 unpaid domestic duties


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