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43 (16) Norfolk Terrace

History of 43 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (16)

Samuel L Coulson, 30, tailor, b Cambridge

Louisa E, 30, b Cambridge

Lucy, 3, b Cambridge

John Baker, 69, widower, father-in-law, printers warehouseman, b Middlesex


1881 (16)

Charles Baldrey, 24, clerk, b Cambridge

Alice, 25, b Cambridge

Arthur, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Ada M, 5, b Cambridge

Frederick C, 3, b Cambridge

Ernest E, 1 month, b Cambridge

Alfred Brown, 23, lodger, coal porter, b Cambridge



John Bain, 29, stonemason, b Peterborough

Kate, 27, b Cambridge

Sarah, 60, widow, mother, nurse, b Whittlesea

Thirza Underwood, 30, sister-in-law, tailoress, b Cambridge



Albert Lander, 33, college kitchen porter, b Cambridge

Mary A, 33, college helper, b Essex

George L, 13, school, b Cambridge

Jessie E, 11, school, b Cambridge

Mildred E, 9, school, b Cambridge

Agnes N, 7, school, b Cambridge

Harry W, 6, school, b Cambridge

Elizabeth J Frost, 22, domestic, b Essex



John Samuel Curwain, 35, wine merchants porter, b Cambridge

Alethea Maud, 31, b Great Wilbraham

Hilda Marian, 10, school, b Cambridge

Stanley John Leonard, 7, school, b Cambridge

Albert Arthur, 6, school, b Cambridge

Kathleen Marjorie, 4, b Cambridge

Reginald George, 1, b Cambridge

Harry Edward Bond, 32, boarder, college waiter, b Cambridge



John S Curwain, b 1876, college waiter

Alethea, b 1878, housewife

Reginald G, b 1909, compositor printing

George E, b 1911, dancing teacher

Samuel W, b 1913, disabled

Gladys E Matthews, b 1918, laundry packer and sorter

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