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3 Pound Hill

3 Pound Hill, Nag’s Head, Rose and Crown, The Punter

History of 3 Pound Hill

(1851: The Nag’s Head, Albion Row, Jonah Reed, Gardner’s Directory)

1852: The Nag’s Head, Jonah Reed, Slater’s Directory

1879: Northampton Street, Wm Mitchell, Post Office Directory of Cambridgeshire

1881: 1 Diamond Court Northampton Street, Spaldings Directory of Cambridge

William Mitchell, butcher, 30, b Swavesey

Alice, 28, b Cambridge

Charlotte, 4, b Cambridge

Charles, 3, b Cambridge

Ernest, 1, b Cambridge

Edward Mitchell, brother, unemployed, 16, b Swavesey

Jane Rubben, servant, 13, b Bourn

1883: Albine Carter jun, Kelly’s Directory

1913: D H Salisbury, Cambridge Directory

1916: David Henry Salisbury, Kelly’s Directory

The Rose and Crown (MoC208/70)


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