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63 (26) Norfolk Terrace

History of 63 Norfolk Terrace

1871 (26)

James Stubbings, 45, rifle cleaner, b Trumpington

Elizabeth, 36, b Essex

Amelia French, 10, niece, scholar, b London

Harry G Thomerson, 5, nephew, scholar, b Essex

Sarah Smith, 53, widow, lodger, retired grocer, b Rutlandshire


1881 (26)

Nathaniel Martin, 35, college cook, b Cambridge

Ann, 32, b Cambridge

Ernest, 14, apprentice, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 13, scholar, b Cambridge

Harry, 11, scholar, b Cambridge

William, 9, scholar, b Cambridge

Arthur, 7, scholar, b Cambridge

Florence, 6, scholar, b Cambridge

Albert, 4, scholar, b Cambridge



David Lindsey [sic], 47, gardener, b Cherry Hinton

Harriett M, 47, b Cambridge

John, 20, labourer, b Cambridge

George, 17, labourer, b Cambridge

William, 15, errand boy, b Cambridge

Sarah A, 14, b Cambridge

Charles, 15, b Cambridge

Harry L, 11, b Cambridge

David, 6, grandson, b Cambridge

[The Linsey family were previously at 16 Caroline Place. In 1901 the family were at 82 Stanley Road.]

See Mill Road Cemetery entry



David Linsey, 56, gardener, b Cherry Hinton

Harriet M A, 56, b Cambridge

Harry S, 20, printer compositor, b Cambridge

David, 15, grandson, errand boy, b Cambridge



David Linsey, 67, jobbing gardener, b Cherry Hinton

Harriet Mary Ann, 67, b Cambridge

David, 24, nephew, college kitchen porter, b Cambridge



Emma Mansfield, b 1855, home duties



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