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61 (25) Norfolk Terrace

History of 61 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (25)

Charles Balls, 33, coachman, b Norwich

Ann, 34, b Norfolk

William, 8, scholar, b Northamptonshire


1881 (25)

Mary Ryder, 62, widow, laundress, b Surrey

Louisa, 28, laundress, b Cambridge

Ethel Mott, 11, granddaughter, scholar, b Essex

Louisa Mott, 9, granddaughter, scholar, b Essex



James Bacon, 40, wheelwright, b Cambridge

Louise, 38, b Cambridge

Mary M, 8, b Cambridge

James M, 7, b Cambridge

Robert H, 5, b Cambridge

Joseph P, 1, b Cambridge

Alice Louise Mott, 19, niece, parlourmaid, b Essex



James Bacon, 50, carpenter, b Isleham

Louisa, 48, b Cambridge

Mary, 18, b Cambridge

James, 17, engineers clerk, b Cambridge

Robert, 15, printers boy, b  Cambridge

Joseph, 11, schoolboy, b Cambridge

George, 4, schoolboy, b Cambridge



James Bacon, wheelwright, Borough Council, b Isleham

Louisa, 58, b Cambridge

James William, 27, surveyors clerk, Borough Council, b Cambridge

Robert Henry, 25, compositor printer, newspaper press, b Cambridge

George Frederick, 14, shop boy, cigarette maker, b Cambridge



Edward Brown, b 1879, painter

Mary, b 1882, house duties


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