Locations not certain. Not listed after 1861 census. This suggests that they were probably on the south side of the passage and demolished to make way for Whewell’s Court in the early 1860s.
(9) William Ingray, 28, fruiterer, b Cambridge; Agnes Cracknell, 15 servant, b Cambs
Henry Mence, 42, boot & show maker, b Cambridge
Sarah, 45, b Comberton
Lauria L, 9, b Cambridge
Annie, 7, b Cambridge
Emma Barton, 18, servant, b Scotland
James O Forbes, lodger, 23, land proprietor, b Cambridge
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