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49 (19) Norfolk Terrace

History of 49 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (19)

George N Jackson, 28, fencing master, b London

Emma C, 25, b Cambridge

Edward G, 4, scholar, b Cambridge

Annie B, 3, scholar, b Cambridge

Ada M, 1, b Cambridge

Clara H Orders, 13, cousin-in-law, b Cambridge


1881 (19)

George N Jackson, 38, fencing master, b Westminster

Emma E, 55, b Cambridge

Edward G, 14, pupil teacher, b Cambridge

Annie B, 13, scholar, b Cambridge

Ada N, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

Amelia, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Frederick P, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Charles A, 5, scholar, b Cambridge

Edith, 2, b Cambridge

Clara H, 20, cousin, helper, b Cambridge



Walter Missen, 27, general labourer, b Wilbraham

Mary, 29, b Isleham

Gertrude, 2, b Cambridge

Lillie Maud, 11 months, b Cambridge



Walter Missen, 36, brewers drayman, b Little Wilbraham

Mary, 38, at home, b Isleham

Gertrude, 12, school, b Cambridge

Lily, 10, school, b Cambridge

Ethel, 4, school, b Cambridge

Elsie, 2, at home, b Cambridge



Walter Missen, 47, general labourer, b Little Wilbraham

Mary, 49, b Isleham

Gertrude, 22, head of silk room in knitting company, b Cambridge

Lily, 20, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Ethel, 14, at home, b Cambridge

Elsie, 12, school, b Cambridge



Walter Missen, b 1864, widower, retired railway labourer

Gertrude M Wilderspin, b 1888, widow, unpaid domestic duties

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