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Clarendon Street looking east, no.1 in the foreground

1 Clarendon Street

History of 1 Clarendon Street


Stephen Mansfield, 25, Draper’s Assistant, b. Chesterton

Charlotte Mansfield, 27, Chesterton



Lucy Pears, 63, Annuitant, b.Holbeach, Lincs

Wilm Pears, 40, Solicitor’s General Clerk, b. Thorney, Cambs

Allen D Raymash, 9, Pelham, Herts

Eliza Asborne, 17, Servant, Huntingdonshire


Lucy Pears, 73, Annuitant, b.Holbeach, Lincs

William Pears, 50, Solicitor’s Clerk, b. Thorney, Cambs

Harriet Camps, 22, b. Waterbeach, Cambs

1874/1878 Spalding

James Wallington sic, clerk (1878)


Joseph Wellington, 32, Draper’s Clerk, b. Houghton, Huntingdon

Julia Wellington, 33, b. Cambridge

Edith Sarah Wellington, 6, Scholar, b. Chesterton

Mabel Maud Wellington, 3, b. Cambridge

Aquila Gray, 20, Servant, b. Bottisham, Cambs

Spalding 1881 has surname spelt Wallington – link to MRC for Mabel Maud:

1884-7 Spalding:

Fredk Cullum, head cook at Christ’s College (1884) then Miss Mary Warboys, lodging house keeper (1887)



1895 Spalding:

Richard T Jones, sewing machine agent (family was at #10 in previous census)


Sarah Ann Jones, 57, Widow, Lodging house keeper, b. Cambridge

Florence L Jones, 26, b. Cambridge

George P Jones, 22, Grocer’s Assisitant, b. Cambridge

Ernest W Jones, 21, Furnishing Assistant, b. Cambridge

Dennis O Jones, 18, Furnishing Assistant, b. Cambridge


George Grigg, 40, Ironmonger, b. Chatham

Gertrude Grigg, 39, b. Blunham, Beds

George William Grigg, 14, b. Cambridge

Frederick Arthur Grigg, 12, b. Cambridge

Gertrude May Grigg, 7, b. Cambridge


George Grigg

1962 not listed


Clarendon Street (east)(MoC 25/92/70)



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