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Castle Street 1881 map OS

Potts Bros, (22 – 30) (16 – 21) (5 – 21) Castle Street

History of Potts Bros, Castle Street

1851:

(5) John Read, 36, master coachmaker employing 1 apprentice

(6) John Watson, 63, baker employing 3 men, b Suffolk

(7) Charles Robinson, 41, tailor and robemaker, b Beds

(8) John Mowlam, 49, bricklayer

(9) Margaret Hutchin, 26, musician’s wife, b Norfolk

(10) Joseph Berry, 23, cooper, b London

(11) Jason Cursley, 30, schoolmaster and musician, b Cambridge

(12) Betsey Daniels, 41, needlewoman, b Cambridge

(13) Thomas Griffin, 35, omnibus conductor, b Cambridge

(14) William Hillsden, 35, brewers labourer, b Cambridge

(15) James Manning, 45, fishmonger, b Fordham

(16) William Freeman, 34, carpenter, b Cambridge

(17) William Riddle, 30, publican, b London

(18) Thomas Carter, 26, bricklayer’s labourer, b Cambridge

(19) John Bowman, 27, bricklayer’s labourer, b Cambridge

(20) James Carter, 43, schoolmaster, b on the seas

(21) Joseph Shallow, 33, tailor, b Cambridge

………..

1861:

(5) John Read, 47, coachbuilders, b Southburgh Norfolk

(6) Richard Neave, baker

[ 1 – 5 Watson’s Yard]

(7) Daniel Lawson, 37, fish dealer, b Fenstanton

(8) John Mowlam, 58, bricklayer, b Cambridge

(9) James Murdon, 40, shoemaker, b Northants

(10)John Raby, 48, brewers man, b Ely

(11) Joseph Webb, 64, carpenter, b Shepreth

(12) Allesandro Ramigo, 43, figure maker, b Palermo Italy

(13) John Rice, 41, chimney sweep, b Norfolk

(14) Walter J Brooks, 52, Chelsea pensioner, b Cambridge

(15) Thomas Bell, 22, labourer, b Cambridge

(16) Lydia Bowman, head, 39, labourer’s wife, b Cambridge

(16) [sic] Culledge Sivel, 60, labourer, b Cambridge

[1 – 6 Kay’s Yard]

(17) Robert Marten, 53, labourer and publican

(18) –

(19) Elizabeth Cropley, 84, retired college servant, b Suffolk

[1 – 5 Cannon’s Yard]

(20) –

(21) Mary Ann Carter, 38, general shopkeeper, b Cambridge

………….

1871: (5 – 21)

(5) John Read, 54, coach builder, b Southberye [?]

(6) Richard Neave, 45, baker, b Norfolk

[in the census the occupants of 1- 5 Watson’s Yard are listed here]

(7) Margaret Papworth, 62, shopkeeper, b Cambridge

(8) John Mowlam, 70, bricklayer, b Cambridge

(9) Jessie Cross, 32, shoemaker, b Prickwillow

(10) James Raby, 24, labourer, b Cambridge

(11) Elizabeth Buck, 49, college servant, b Barton

(12) Allessandra Ramings, 54, figure maker, b Palermo Italy

(13) Waller Robinson, 23, college servant, b Cherry Hinton

(14) Mary Brooks, 60, widow, laundress, b Cambridge

(15) George Smith, 28, college servant, b Borough Green

(16) Harriet Dyer, 59, widow, b Cambridge

(16 1/2) Elizabeth Hanns, 49, charwoman, b Cambridge

[in the census the inhabitants of 1 – 6 Kay’s Yard are listed here]

(17) Robert Martin, 63, publican, b Lolworth

(18) Elizabeth Pryor, 45, shopkeeper, b Swavesey

(19) Edward King, 26, labourer, b Oakington

[in the census the inhabitants of 1 – 4 Cannon’s Yard are listed here]

(20) Elizabeth Wilson, 66, college servant, b Caxton

(21) John Muncey, 44, brewers labourer, b Impington

……………………

1881: (6, 16 – 21)

(6) William Wallis, 43, baker, b Cambridge

[in the census the occupants of 1 – 9 St Giles Court are listed here]

(16) Richard A Ellis, 29, tailor journeyman, b Yorks

(17) Elizabeth Chapman, 39, housekeeper, b Woodditton

(18) Samuel Andrews, 40, brewers labourer, b Ickleton

(19) –

(20) Samuel Matthews, 41, brewer, b Comberton

(21) Alfred Beard, 21, bricklayer’s labourer, b Hardwick

……………………….

1891: (22 – 30)

(22) William G Larkins, blacksmith, b Chesterton

(24) Richard A Ellis, 38, tailor and robe maker, b Yorks, lame from childhood

(26) –

(28) Walter Phillips, 31, brewer, b Suffolk

(30) Edward A Ward, 27, chiropodist house painter, b Suffolk

…………………………

1913:

Potts Bros, mineral water and cordial manufacturers

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