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Mount Pleasant (MoC191/54)

Mount Pleasant (north side)

History of Mount Pleasant, north side

These houses had gone by the end of the 20th century. The photo shows the remains of the Roman ramparts.

1861:

(9)

John Stutes, 39, cabinet maker

(10)

Thomas Anable, 43, bricklayer, b Toft

(11)

Thomas Mole, 30, cork cutter, b Beds

(12)

William Barton, 51, labourer, b Kent

(13)

William Wales, 57, basket maker, b Norfolk

(14)

Sarah Sizer, 51, gardener’s wife, b Histon

(15)

James Minns, 32, gardener, b Camridge

(16)

Theophilus William Peters, 33, attorney’s clerk, b Cambridge

(17)

Love Field, 79, life annuitant, b Warwicks

(18)

Mary Ann Gardiner, 30, laundress, b Girton

(Back of Mount Pleasant)

Henry Chapman, head, carpenter, b Hunts

Ann Monk, head, laundress, b Chatteris


1881:

(9) John Stutes, 58, cabinet maker

(10) Samuel J Anable, 63, bricklayer, b Toft

(11) Thomas Mole, 49, cork cutter, b Beds

(12) William Mansfield, 46, farm labourer, b Hunts

(13) Sarah Wales, 69, laundress, b Portsmouth

(14) Agnes Cracknell, 51, charwoman, b Balsham

(15) William Ankin, 29, tailor, b Ely

(16) John Cook, 38, labourer, b Cambridge

(17) Samuel Saunders, 57, tailor, b Trumpington

(18) Mary A Gardiner, 57, laundress, b Girton


1891:

(9) John Stutes, 69, furniture packer, b Cambridge

(10) uninhabited

(11) uninhabited

(12) Emma Mansfield, 55, charwoman, b Cambridge

(13) Thomas Carter, 35, farrier, b Cambridge

(14) Charlotte Gilchrist, 43,

(15) Mary A Minns, 63, laundress,

(16) John Cooke, 47, builder’s labourer,

house in yard of no name: vacant

house in yard of no name: George Blackwell, 28, bricklayer, b St Ives

(17) William Dellar, 37, labourer, b Cambridge

(18) Mary Gardiner, 64, laundress, b Girton


1901:

(1) New Villas

Walter Littlechild, 26, tobacconist’s assistant, b Cambridge

(2) New Villas

Frederick Culledge, 49, carpenter joiner, b Chesterton

(9) William Stutes, 40, labourer laundry work, b Cambridge

(10) Martha Fuller, 53, laundress, b Coton

(11) John Cook, 58, mason’s labourer, b Cambridge

(12) Elizabeth Robinson, 51, b Cambridge

(13) Mary Minns, 75, laundress, b Northants

(14) Charles Fuller, 31, printer, b Cambridge

(15) William Dellar, 47, scaffolder, b Cambridge

(16) Margaret Gardiner, 76, b Girton


1913:

(1) Thomas William Melbourn, gardener

(2) Fred Coolidge, carpenter

UP THE STEPS

(9) Miss E Stutes

(10) Fred Fishpool

(11) Richard Jacobs

(12) Mrs C Thorpe

(13) James Minns, warehouseman

(14) William Doggett

(15) George Rose

(16) Samuel Gardener, gardener


1962:

(37) Derek Stubbings

(35) James Hunt

(27) Alfred Grist

(25)

(23) Robert Arch

(21) Mrs Rose

(19)

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