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5 Bridge Street

History of 5 Bridge Street


William Sabberton, 43, robe maker, b Cambridge



[In 1871 Emma Florence Haase was living at 12 Cross Street ISLINGTON, London, not Cambridge.]

Mary A Sabberton, 47, b Cambridge

Harriett, 46, b Cambridge

Florence E Haase, 10, b London

Martha Cooke, servant, 20, b Cambridge

Walter Agnew, lodger, student, 21, b Manchester

Frederick Poland, lodge, student, 23, b Devon

See Mill Road Cemetery entry.

In 1891 Mary Ann and Emma Florence [sic] were at 12 Brunswick Walk


Sabberton & Son, tailors and robe makers

Miss Charlotte Saberton


(3-7) King and Harper, motor agents


1988 – current Cambridge Health Foods/Revital Ltd


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