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39 (14) Norfolk Terrace

History of 39 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (14)

Conrad Ballaster, 35, cook journeyman, b Switzerland

Caroline, 36, b Ipswich

Conrad, 3, b Cambridge

Caroline D, b Cambridge

Thomas H Scott, 11, step-son, scholar, b London

John M Scott, 9 step-son, b Newmarket

Gabriel, 7, step-son, scholar, b Newmarket

 

1881 (14)

Conrad Ballaster, 46, cook, b Switzerland

Caroline, 46, b Ipswich

Conrad, 12, scholar, b Cambridge

Caroline, 10, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, 8, scholar, b Cambridge

Adelaide, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Eleanor, 1, b Cambridge

Gabriel Scott, 16, step-son, booksellers assistant, b Newmarket

 

1891

Property unoccupied

 

1901

James Barnes, 36, widower, maltsters foreman, b Foxton

Edith M, 13, b Cambridge

Charles B, 10, b Cambridge

Martha, 20, sister, housekeeper, b Foxton

 

1911

James Barnes, 45, widower, maltsters foremen, b Foxton

Charles, 20, wheelwright and van builder, b Cambridge

 

1939

Reginald C Wisbeach, b 1910, heavy motor driver, FS part-time

Vera E, b 1913, unpaid domestic duties

 

1970:

Reginald Wisbeach


In 1981 Mrs Florence Harben lived here. She had been born in 1892 at 54 Norfolk Street.

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