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Mayor William Warren

Warren’s Yard, Bridge Street

History of Warren's Yard, Bridge Street

1850: Warren of no. 51 was Mayor.

1886: Warren’s Yard

1911:

(1)

James Pettit Warrington, 68, college servant pensioner, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 63, b Cambridge

Ellen Mary, 38, b Cambridge

1911:

(2)

Louise Samworth, 53, college servant, b London

Dorothea Richardson, 27, college servant, b Cambridge

Marie Richardson, granddaughter, 6, b Weymouth

1911:

(3)

Thomas Reynolds, 57, college servant, b Cambridge

Annie Reynolds, 56, b Chesterton

Rose Reynolds, 21, b Cambridge


1913:

  1. James Crook
  2. Mrs Samworth
  3. Thomas Reynolds, college servant

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