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7 All Saints Passage

History of 7 All Saints Passage

1861

(possibly same location)

William White, 36, sub librarian Trinity College, b Cambridge

Mary, 36, b Cambridge

Walter S, 10, chorister & scholar, b Cambridge

Fanny S, 3, b Cambridge

Ellen Newman, 20, servant, b Balsham

Hannah Upchurch, 19, servant, b Histon


1901

Martha G Wright, widow, 64, living on her own means,

Marie G, 26, daughter, b Hunts


1911

Louisa Marie Wright, 37, apartments lodging housekeeper, b Hunts

Jane Fordham, 30, servant, b Chesterton


1913

Miss Wright, lodging house keeper


1962

Whitmarsh, Sterland accountants

Legal & General Assurance

National Federation of Building Trades Operatives


2018

Taylor & Cutter

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