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146, 148 (64), 150 (65) Newmarket Road

History of 146-150 Newmarket Road

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: House, now three tenements, Nos. 146, 148, 159 next W of Leeke Street, of two storeys, have timber-framed walls faced with later brickwork and tile covered roofs. Built perhaps in the late 16th century, it was remodelled early in the 19th century.

1851:

(unnumbered) John Bradbury, 57, carpenter, b Norwich

(unnumbered) William Hill, 30, baker and Grocer, b West Wickham

1861:

(63) Martha Frost, 74, b Suffolk

(64) William Hill, 42, baker and grocer, b Gt Wilbraham

(65) George Dodd, 33, fish merchant, b Suffolk

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1871:

(65) James Parker, 27, publican and fishmonger

(64) William Frances, 45, brewer not licensed

(63) Robert Halliday, 45, market gardener

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1881:

(64) Charles Mountain, 41, paper hanger

(65) Edward Waters, 28, ironmonger

(65a) James Parker, 35, painter

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1891:

(63) George Farrington, 33, gas stoker

(64) James Reynolds, sugar boiler

(65) James Parker, 48, painter and glazier

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1901:

(64) James Reynolds, confectioner

(65) James Parker, greengrocer

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1913:

(146) Arthur Rose, fried fish shop

(148) James Reynolds, wholesale sugar boiler and confectioner

(150) James Parker, greengrocer

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1939:

(146)

Arthur Rose, b 1877, fish merchant

Lilian, b 1883

(148)

Joseph Hughes, b 1895, general labourer

Florence, b 1900

?

Joyce, b 1926

?

Stanley, b 1930

(150)

Ralph White-Robinson, b 1885, greengrocer

Anne, b 1887, shop duties

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1962:

(146) Mrs L Rose

(148) Mrs F M Hughes

(150) Mrs M Slater

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