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Globe Passage

History of Globe Passage

One Man’s Cambridge by J A Charles (2006) states that Globe Passage was originally part of Milne Street. St John’s College acquired property in the Passage at various dates between 1822 and 1862.



Allen Cavill, head, 38,

Louisa, 38,

Richard, 12,

Maria, 1,

John, 6,

William Swan, head, 26, coach painter,

Ann Maria, 24, dress maker,

Sarah Ann Jessop, head, widow, 63, relief of parish,


John Brooks, head, 44,



John William Bells, head, 30, labourer,



James Ireland, head, 42, college servant,



George Bendall, head, 28, cabinet maker



Henry Charles, head, 28, groom, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 28, bedmaker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 6, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 3, b Cambridge

John, 1, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Pepper, 17, servant, b Cambridge

In 1861 the Charles family were living at 4 Drummer Street.


Isaac Froment, head, 37, boot closer,



Joseph Larkins, head, 54, clothes cleaner,



William Day, head, 51, groom,



Rachel Ireland, head, 65, bed maker,



Susannah Hall, head, widow, 49, nurse




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