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37 (13) Norfolk Terrace

History of 37 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (13)

Thomas Marshall, 26, tailor, b Cambridge

Anne, 25, tailoress, b Madingley

William, 5, b Cambridge, blind from birth

Mary Morrison, 64, widow, lodger, formerly a laundress, b Chatteris

Elizabeth J Morrison, 22, lodger, tailoress, b Cambridge

Minnie, 5 months, lodger, b Cambridge


1881 (13)

Thomas Marshall, 36, tailor, b Cambridge

Anne, tailoress, b Cambridge

William, 15, tailor’s son, b Cambridge, blind

Albert, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Bertie J, 4, scholar, b Cambridge



Mary Ann Howlett, 49, widow, b Huntingdonshire

Herbert E, 20, printers compositor, b Cambridge

Florence S, 18, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Robert G, 16, printers warehouseman, b Cambridge

William S, 13, painter, b Cambridge

Henry S, 11, b Cambridge

James Saunderson, 69, uncle, living on own means, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Saunderson, 75, sister, b Huntingdonshire



Harry Miller, 24, fruiterers traveller, b Cambridge

Lilian, 23, b Huntingdon

Montague, 2, b Cambridge

Grace Lambert, 8, cousin, school, b Cambridge



William Coe, 32, college cook, b Cambridge

Lucy, 31, b Cambridge

Violet, 7, school, b Cambridge

Ivy, 1, b Cambridge



Lucy Coe, b 1879, housewife

William G, b 1913, painter and decorator,, volunteer ARP warden


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