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8 Botolph Lane

8 Botolph Lane

History of 8 Botolph Lane


Joseph Hardwick

In 1861 Joseph was a lodger at 2 Botolph Lane.


Joseph Hardwick, 35, tailor robe maker, b Beds

Susan, 34, b Cambridge

Thomas Olney, 6, b Cambridge

Harry H, 4, b Cambridge

Grace Amelia, 3, b Cambridge

Gilbert Ernest, 1, b Cambridge

Frank Rowland, 1, b Cambridge

In 1879 Joseph Hardwick was based at 36 Trumpington Street


George Smith, tailor and robemaker


Stuart, tailor – E Rutter proprietor


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