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41 (15) Norfolk Terrace

History of 41 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (15)

John Stokes, 34, engine driver in the gas works, b Cambridge

Jane, 33, b Cambridge

Edward, 11, scholar, b Ipswich

John, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

George, 2, b Cambridge

Henry Freeman, 27, brother-in-law, blacksmith, b Cambridge


1881 (as Number 15)

William Pettit, 23, police constable, b Kirtling

Sophia, 31, b Norfolk

Susan, 3, months, b Cambridge



William Pettit, 42, police constable, b Kirtling

Sophia, 40, b Norfolk

Miriam, 10, b Cambridge



Property unoccupied



Frederick Burton, 57, compositor printer, b Cambridge

Sarah, 53, b Cambridge

Edward Frederick, 27, college porter, b Cambridge

Grace Lilian, 19, b Cambridge

Florence Gertrude, 10, school, b Cambridge



Arthur Peck, b 1886, boot repairer

Amy G, b 1893, housewife

Doris A, b 1921, clothing factory

3 closed records


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