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Bridge Street Thompson's Lane Junction circa 1900

42 Bridge Street / The (Black) White Bull & White Bull Yard

History of 42 Bridge Street

West of Bridge Street in the Nineteenth Century

See notes on 43 Bridge Street

19th cent: White Bull was a public house based at no.42 and no. 43 was more of a private dwelling.


James Collen, head, 27, milkman, b Cambridge

Frederick Tavner, head, 36, fishmonger, b Cambridge

White Bull Yard:

(1) William Carpenter, 81, b Cambs

Ann, 65, college servant, b Cambridge

(1) Susan Haylock, 31, college servant, b Cambridge

(2) William Jackson, 46, joiner, b Yorks



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