For detailed history see T E Faber, An Intimate History of St Clement’s Parish, 2006.
c. 1260: Eustace Eldkorn
1617-19: Robert Coward, waterman, later Widow Coward
1659-72: Robert Coward in nos. 33/34 in 1666; Sarah Coward widow in Fox and Goose in 1672.
1666: one of 4 tenements left by John Hills to John Tabor
1673-1700: John Fisher, waterman, for Fox and Goose in 1673-74
1690: Mr Peppiatt occupied; estate owned by Mr Tabor
1717: 33 & 34 were in the estate of Sir George Downing.
1752: Fox and Goose not listed
1827: Eadens mortgaged the property for £2000; the property had been rebuilt to provide:
These tenements are nos. 33 and 34 Bridge Street.
1851: John Eaden, 77, magistrate and corn merchant
1861: William Eaden, 60, maltster
Edward Bell, 45, seed merchant, b Cambridge
Louisa Weldon Bell, 38, b Cambridge
Flora, 4, b Cambridge
Beatrice A, 3, b Cambridge
Margaret L, 1, b Cambridge
daughter, 1 ms, b Cambridge
Susan Lincoln, 52, monthly nurse, b Norwich
In 1861 the family were at 26 Hills Road.
In 1881 the family were at the Manor House, Church Lane, Chesterton
1885: estate sold by Eadens to Benjamin Jolley
B Jolley and sons, furniture dealers
1928: St John’s bought property from Benjamin C Jolley
W J Moore Ltd, pianos
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