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57 (23) Norfolk Terrace

History of 57 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (23)

William Phillips, 25, masons labourer, b Essex

Anny, 28, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Joseph Ryder, 60, lodger, corn porter, b Little Shelford

Esther Ryder, 62, lodger, needlewoman, b Huntingdon


1881 (23)

William Phillips, 35, college servant, b Essex

Anne, 36, college servant, b Cambridge

Ester, 3, b Cambridge

Joseph Ryder, 71, widower, general labourer, b Shelford



Susannah Collins, 27, b Norfolk

Alice May, 14, b Norfolk

Susannah C, 12, b France

Robert C, 1, b France

Mary Ann Pryke, 16, sister, b Norfolk



Joseph Cambridge, 32, dairyman, b Cambridge

Georgine, 31, dressmaker, b Middlesex

Mabel, 5, school, b Cambridge

George M C, 3, school, b Cambridge



Daniel George, 64, widower, uncle, printer, b Cambridge

NB form is signed by Joseph Cambridge, who is found living in Blossom Street with an aunt



Ernest Cowell, b 1880, bill poster

Lily F, b 1880, college bedmaker


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