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94 (40) Newmarket Road, The Sun Inn

History of 94 Newmarket Road

1786:

A boy aged between 16 and 18 broke into the Inn and stole a silver spoon. For this he was executed at the Castle 30.7.1786. (A B Gray, Cambridge Revisited)

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1901: (40 Sun Street Newmarket Road)

Henry Scott, 43, publican, b Cambridge

Ann, 43, b Cambridge

William, 20, labourer, b Cambridge

Nelly, 18, in shop, b Cambridge

Kate, 16, b Cambridge

May, 8, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 18, b Cambridge

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1913:

Charles Sharpe, furniture dealer

H & A Swann Bros Ltd, store

1962:

Eastwood Ltd, builders merchants

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