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Percy Caldecoat

3 (99) Castle Street

History of 3 Castle Street

1861 (99)

James Manning, fishmonger

1871 (99)

James Manning, 60, fishmonger, b Fordham

1881 (99)

Frederick C Hutt, 33, auctioneer and estate agent, b Cambridge


Thomas Jenkins, fishmonger

[In 1881 he was working for his father Samuel, a fishmonger, at 71 Burleigh Street]

White Horse Inn


Thomas Jenkins, fishmonger, 40, b Norfolk


Mrs Rayner, fishmonger


Pte Percy Caldecoat, died while prisoner of war in Germany

late 1920s:

Mrs Nightingale who rad a sweet and tobacconists shop


Leslie and Marie Porter. Fruiterers, greengrocers, sweets and tobacco.

Iro French and his wife  ran the shop. The shop was let by the White Horse Inn and the landlord, Capt. Ian Hay would collect the rent every Monday morning, 10s 6d. there was only one door, no back way or garden. The couple stayed until 1934 and then it became part of the Folk Museum.


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