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59 (24) Norfolk Terrace

History of 59 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (24)

Maria Manyer, 42, plasterer’s wife, b Whittlesea.

Note says ‘husband plasterer working in March’


1881 (24)

Ann Jackson, 62, widow, b Dorset

Maria, 25, dressmaker, b London

Separate household

Sarah A Camps, 31, widow, b Waterbeach

John, 4, b Cambridge

Alice, 2, b Cambridge



Henry E Dockerill, 30, baker, b Cambridge

Eliza, 30, b Cambridge

Louisa, 1, b Cambridge

Emma Daws, 66, boarder, b Trumpington



Henry Dockerill, 40, brewers labourer, b Cambridge

Eliza, 40, b Cambridge

Louisa, 11, b Cambridge

Ethel, 8, b Cambridge

Albert, 6, b Cambridge

Harold, 4, b Cambridge

Dorothy, 6 months, b Cambridge



Henry Dockerill, 50, brewers labourer, b Cambridge

Eliza, 50, b Cambridge

Albert, 16, grocers porter, b Cambridge

Harold, 14, tailors apprentice, b Cambridge

Dolly, 10, school, b Cambridge

Gladys, 7, school, b Cambridge



Samuel Thoday, b 1874, retired

Ada A, b 1872, retired

Ernest S, b 1903, college servant

Emily Drewitt (Redman(, b 1932, at school


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