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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.


(1) Daniel H Waldron, 47, grocer’s assistant, b Worcs

(2) George Hogger, 40, blacksmith, b Suffolk

(3) William Ingle, 27, ironmonger’s assistant, b Cambridge



James Bright, 42, college servant, b Cambridge


Robert Talor, 49, college porter,


John Webster, 38, grocer’s warehouseman, b Swavesey

Mary S, 32, b Dry Drayton

Alfred J, 9, b Cambridge

Flora, 5, b Cambridge

Eleanor Maud, 3, b Cambridge

Alice, 1, b Cambridge

In 1911 Alfred is living at 26 Belvoir Road

In 1871 the Webster family is at 9 Milton Road

In 1891 the Webster family is at 2 Holland Street

1886 Warren’s Yard

Cambridge City Plan, 1888



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

Elizabeth, 63, b Cambridge

Ellen Mary, 38, b Cambridge



Louise Samworth, 53, college servant, b London

Dorothea Richardson, 27, college servant, b Cambridge

Marie Richardson, granddaughter, 6, b Weymouth



Thomas Reynolds, 57, college servant, b Cambridge

Annie Reynolds, 56, b Chesterton

Rose Reynolds, 21, b Cambridge


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

Warren’s Yard (MoC 10/68/53)

Warren’s Yard was last listed in the 1937 Directory.

Warren’s Yard, Bridge Street (MoC6/65/53)


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