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Station Road nos 1-5

3, (1) Station Road

History of 3 Station Road

1871 (1 Station Road)

Plume Hawkin, baker

Elizabeth Jane, wife, 50,

Lucy Green, servant, 15,

1881 (1a Station Road)

Plume Hawkin, 62, baker employing 1 lad 1 man, born Suffolk

Elizabeth J, 61, born Cambridge

Kate Clark, servant 17, shopwoman, born Suffolk

Rebecca Norman, 16, general servant, born Cambs


(1 Station Road)

Charles Baker, 50, confectioner,

Jane, 47,

Annie G, 27, confectioner’s assistant

Harriet L, 25, photographer’s assistant,

Arthur G, 21, pastry cook,

William W, 19, draper’s assistant

Clara J., 16, milliner’s apprentice,

Edith M., 12,

William B Hill, visitor, 33, commercial traveller,

Esther Goodchild, servant, 39,

Amy Goodchild, servant, 14,


no occupant


no occupant


Mrs Burn, confectioner

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