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7 Sleaford Street

History of 7 Sleaford Street

Number 7 is part of a terrace named Memorial Buildings, and is not on the 1881 Census.  In 1891 this property is number 4, and in 1898 it is referred to as “No.2 Memorial Buildings, Sleaford Street”.  By 1901 it has the modern numbering of “7 Sleaford Street.”

Taken by HW.

1891 (number 4)

Charles W Baldry, 24, merchant’s clerk, b. Cambridge

Alice Baldry, 35, b. Cambridge

Arthur Baldry, 17, printer’s clerk, b. Cambridge

Ada M Baldry, 15, dressmaker, b. Cambridge

Frederick C Baldry, 13, clerk, b. Cambridge

Ernest E Baldry, 10, scholar, b. Cambridge

Percy H Baldry, 9, scholar, b. Cambridge

Charles W Baldry, 4,  scholar, b. Cambridge

Lizzie R Baldry, 2, scholar, b. Cambridge

1939 Register

Arthur Oliver, b 1892, plumber

Constance, b 1893

Arthur S W, b 1918, plumber

Rory H, b 1923, P O Messenger

One closed record

Sources: 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 UK Census, 1939 Register, 1888 OS Town Plan of Cambridge, 1901 revised map of Cambridge


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