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42 Station Road (2 Upper Station Road)

History of 42 Station Road


(Station Road)

Chas. F W Newman, son, 1 yr 5 mos,  born Cambridge

Abijail A Pryor, visitor, 12, born Cambridge

Emily Thurston, servant, 19, born Cottenham


(2 Station Road)

Charles W Newman, 35, livery stable keeper and farmer occupy 100 acres, born Middlesex

Eleanor E, 38, born Cambridge

Charles F W, 11, Cambridge

Ada E, 9, Cambridge

Hernest H, 6,

Percy, 3, Cambridge

Elizabeth Jarman, servant, 19, born Cambs


(2 Upper Station Road)

Edward S Headley, 74, ironmonger, born Cambridge

Sarah G, 70, born Cambridge

Hannah Marley, servant, 30, born Haslingfield


James Plumb, 35, timber merchant and carter, born Willingham

Sarah A, 37, born Manea

Jane, mother, 69, born Suffolk

Ann Bowers, aunt, 71, living on own means, born Suffolk


James Plumb, 45, carter timber merchants, born Willingham

Sarah Ann, 48, born Cambs.

George Nice, boarder, 25, builder (joinery), born Norfolk


Few and Co., corn merchants


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