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Causeway Passage (Court)

History of Causeway Passage

1881 Causeway Court is listed in the census adjacent ot Salmon Lane


Friday Neech, 22, photographer and frame maker, b Cambridge


Joseph Newling, 61, general labourer, b Cambridge

(5) unoccupied


Sarah Southwick, 76, confectioners assistant


William Wyer, 59, chimney sweep, b Lynn

Rosina, 39, b Devon

Robert Anderson, stepson, 11, b Cambridge

[William had previously lived off King Street]


Frederick Lanham, 36, boot and shoe maker, b Cambridge


Ann Nunn, 73, sempstress, b Cambridge



Joseph Prime, 45, waiter, b Grantchester


Thomas Upchurch, 42, brewers drayman, b Coton


William Wyer, 69, chimney sweep, b Lynn


Alfred Harding, 43, railway porter, b Haslingfield


Arthur Jackson, 24, flower hawker, b Chesterton


Clementina Levett, 47, dressmaker, b Cambridge


Albert Lander, 23, college kitchen porter, b Cambridge

1913 Causeway Passage is listed in Kelly’s but there appear to be no inhabitants


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