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1 Bridge Street (1 Jesus Lane)

History of 1 Bridge Street


(1 Bridge Street)

Elias Bland, 34, draper linen, b Trumpington (see 53 Sidney Street)

Isabelle née Hunt, 29, b Cambridge

Margaret Elizabeth, 5, b Cambridge

[She married Barnet William Beales]

Isabella, Charles C S, 2, b Cambridge

Kate, 5 mos, b Cambridge

Robert Mason, 17, drapers apprentice, b Cambs

Sarah A Kempton, 38, servant, b Cambridge

Sarah Hardman, 27, nursemaid, b Cambridge

(1 Jesus Lane)

Henry Giles, 55, boot and shoe maker,


(2 Jesus Lane)

Elias Bland, 44, general draper, b Trumpington

Isabella, 39, b Cambridge

Charles, 12, b Cambridge

Kate, 10, b Cambridge

Thomas G S, 8, b Cambridge

John G, 6, b Cambridge

Archibald R, 4, b Cambridge

Edith, 1, b Cambridge

Mary Houghton, 19, servant, b Isleham

Mary Rule, 17, servant, b Balsham


(1 Jesus Lane & 1 Bridge Street)

Elias Bland, widower, 54, draper employing 6 females 1 boy & son, b Trumpington

Margaret E, 25, b Cambridge

Isabella, 24, b Cambridge

Charles C S, 22, b Cambridge

Kate, 20, b Cambridge

Thomas G S, 18, b Cambridge

Archibald M, 14, b Cambridge

Edith, 11, b Cambridge

Ernest E, 9, b Cambridge

Eliza Richmond, 21, servant,b Bottisham

Emily Richmond, 14, servant, b Bottisham


(1 Bridge Street)

Elias Bland, 64, draper

Elizabeth, wife, 39, b Cambridge

Isabella, 34,

Thomas, 28, draper

John G, 26, clerk

Edith, 21, governess

Ernest, 21, student of classics

Elsie, daughter, 3, b Cambridge

Ellen Freeman, 16, servant, b Stapleford

Rose Gumbley, 15, servant, b Stapleford




(1 & 2)

Bland & Co, drapers, Mrs Elizabeth Bland


(1 & 2) Bridge Street:  King and Harper Ltd, motor agents

(1) Jesus Lane: Frederick Pope, physiotherapist

Miss D Pointer

1-2 Bridge Street:

1962 King & Harper Limited (motor agents)
1970-2008 Halfords Ltd (In 1962 Halford Cycle Co. was at 41 Sidney Street)
2010 – current Patisserie Valerie


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