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1 All Saints Passage, Litchfield House

Histor of 1 All Saints Passage

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: Litchfield House is of two storeys with cellars and attics. The walls are of plaster and tile-covered timber-framing and brick. It consists of a long rectangular block framed in the 17th century. Inside, a cast-iron fireback dated 1697 seems always to have been in the house.

1861

Thomas Peach, 62, St John College butler, b Rutland

Martha, 56, b Leics

Charles, 26, bankers clerk, b Cambridge

Hannah Eaden, 22, servant, b Quy

Phebe Rumblow, 14, servant, b Cambs


1871

Thomas Peach


1881


1891


1901

Arthur E Howard

Sarah A E

Margaret G

Sarah A Chapman, widow, 35, servant, b Milton


1911

Arthur Edgar Howard, 48, retired baker, b Little Shelford

Sarah Ann Elizabeth, 50, b Cambs

Margret Gladys, 14, b Cambridge

Ellenor Madona Haddow, 20, servant, b Cambs


1913

All Saints Varsity Toilet Club. Harry Gould manager

Arthur Edgar Howard, Litchfield House


1962

(1a) Shahi Restaurant

(1) Litchfield Gallery

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