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Edwin Cambridge

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Edwin Cambridge (c1846-1921) of Cambridge and Parham

c1846 Born in Lavington, Wilts., the son of William Colbourne Cambridge and his wife Sarah

1851 Living at Southville, Beaminster, Bristol: William Cambridge (age 46 born Bath), Machine Maker. With his wife Sarah Cambridge (age 10 born Lavington, Wilts.) and their four children; Julia Cambridge (age 8 born Lavington, Wilts.); Edwin Cambridge (age 7 born Lavington, Wilts.); Kate Cambridge (age 8 born Lavington, Wilts.); and Agnes Cambridge (age 1 born Bristol).[1]

1870 Patent. '868. And Edwin Cambridge, of the city of Bristol, Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of "improvements applicable to steam boilers or generators."' [2]

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