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58 (34) Norfolk Street

History of 58 Norfolk Street

1861: (34)

George Burgess, 50, laundress, b Essex

Sarah, 52, b Cambridge

Christopher, 15, b Cambridge

John A Asplen, 2, b Little Downham

Elizabeth Muncey, 24, servant, b Impington


1871: (34)

George Burgess, 65, gardener, b Essex

Sarah, 62, laundress, b Cambridge

Christopher, 25, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

John Aspland, 12, b Little Downham

George Aspland, 10, b Little Downham

Mary Ann Brigland, 18, servant, b Cambridge


1881: (34)

Sarah Burgess, widow, 76, laundress, b Cambridge

Anne Farington, servant, 16, b Cambridge


1891: (58)

Elizabeth Ripley, 45, dressmaker



Elizabeth M Ripley, 50, living on private means, Cambridge



Miss E Mary Ripley, dressmaker



Walter F Barton, b 1886, public works labourer

Lily, b 1886, college bed maker

Sidney A, b 1922, botany laboratory assistant


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