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223 (179/180/181) Newmarket Road, The Ship

History of 223 Newmarket Road

1851:

Sarah Chapman, 51, beer seller, b Cambridge

Eliza, 21, lace maker, b Cambridge

George, 19, smith, b Cambridge

Frederic Kidman, lodger, 30, hawker, b Cambridge

John Bradford, lodger, 66, poulterer, b Bottisham

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1861: Public House

Sarah Chapman, head, 65, publican, b Cambridge

Daniel Hurry, head, 47, labourer, b Cambridge

Annie, 50, b Cambridge

Daniel, 6, b Cambridge

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1871: (180) The Ship

James Harwood, 24, beer house keeper, b Longstowe

Caroline, 29, b Harston

Louisa, 6, b Orwell

Emily, 7, b Barton

Bertha, 5, b Barton

Alfred, 3, b Barton

William Hargent, boarder, 44, coprolite digger, b Essex

Charles Bird, head, 36, coprolite digger, b Cambs

Emma, 23, b Littleport

William, 3, b London

Walter Bell, 22, coprolite digger, b Cambridge

The Coprolite Diggers

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1881: (180) The Ship

Robert Thurston, publican and brickmaker

Susan

Kate

Florence

Harry

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1891: (181) The Ship

Robert Thurston, brickmaker’s labourer and publican

Susan

Kate, 18, servant,

Florence

Harry, 10,

Charles

Violet

William

Arthur

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Newmarket Road 1901 OS map showing Ship and Earl of Durham public houses

1901: (179) The Ship

Robert Thurston, 49, publican, b Cambridge

Susan, 49, b Cambridge

Florence, 26, laundress, b Cambridge

Harry, 20, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Charles, 17, apprentice bricklayer, b Cambridge

Violet, 15, b Cambridge

William, 12, b Cambridge

Arthur, 10, b Cambridge

Ruben, 7, b Cambridge

May, 4, b Cambridge

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1911:

Robert Thurston, 59, brickmaker, b Grantchester

Susanhar, 60, b Cambridge

Charles, 27, bricklayer, b Cambridge

William, 22, brewer, b Cambridge

Arthur, 20, shop assistant, b Cambridge

Reuben, 17, mineral water factory, b Cambridge

Mary, 14, b Cambridge

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1913:

Robert Thurston

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1962:

Edwin J Carter, hairdresser

(223a) Thomas Toombs

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