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6 - 12 Histon Road (MoC 275/71)

6 – 12 Histon Road

History of 6 - 12 Histon Road

1861 unnumbered

Charles Bullock, 22, commercial clerk gas, b Cambridge


James Bullock, 59, master builder employing 8 men and 1 apprentice, b Suffolk


Henry J Gray, 25, professional racquet player, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 21, b Herts

Alice, 1, b Chesterton

William H, 6mos, b Chesterton

Elizabeth Hucket, 14, nurse maid, b Comberton

In 1871 the Gray family were living at Arundine House, Madingley Road.

History of H J Gray and Sons

1871 unnumbered

John Rawling, 54, builder, b Suffolk

Henry Corder, 40, cabinet maker, b Essex

James Hunt, 28, painter, b Cambridge

1881 unnumbered

James Robinson, 23, cricketer, b York

Henry Smith, 34, printers reader, b Kent

Susan Brand, 40, butcher, b Cambridge


(1) part of Victoria Tavern

Ingle Dodd, 28, publican and cowkeeper, b Willingham


William Todd, 28, wine merchant’s porter, b Cambridge


Sarah Brand, 25, laundress, b Cambridge




(6) James Neal, stables

(8) J Bilton, baker and confectioner

(10) W Burton, painter

(12) Mis Sarah Brand, laundress


(6) William King, cycle dealer


(10 flat 1) Anthony Edwards

(10 flat 2) David Warner

(12) George Brand

6 Histon Road, Nov 1970 (MoC24/71)




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