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19 Clarendon Street, Clarendon House

19 Clarendon Street, Clarendon House

History of 19 Clarendon Street

19 Clarendon Street

1861: not listed


1871:

Edward Freeman, 63, Retired Baker, b. Cambridge

Mary B Sargent, 60, Housekeeper, b. Ely

John Allen, 23, Gardener, b. Ely

Ada Purkiss, 20, Domestic Servant, b. Uratting, Cambs


1874 -78:

Edward Freeman, Clarendon House (1874) then Mrs Sargeant sic (1878)


1881:

Mary Burgess Serjeant (sic), 68, b. Ely

John Allen, Servant, 32, Gardener, b. Cambridge

Spalding 1881 has spelling as “Sergeant”


1884 – 7:

Miss Mary B Sargent sic (1884 & 1887)


1891:

(Entry 117) – next entry (118) is #1 Parkside

Mary B Sargent (sic), 80, Living on her own means, b. Cambridge

John Allen, 43, Servant, b. Cambridge

Mill Road Cemetery

Mary Sargent; Caroline Sergent; Mary Burgess Sergent


1901: vacant


1911:

George W Throssell, 62, Accountant, b. Huntingdon

Frances Throssell, 62, b. St Ives

Henen P Throssell, 32, b. Cambridge

Sidney R Throssell, 35, b. Cambridge

Amelia E Throssell, 28, Dressmaker b. Cambridge

The family were living at #31 in 1881

MRC:

Frances was the daughter of Robert & Mary Banham, and is buried with her sister (Ann Elizabeth Banham) in MRC.

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/banham-ann-elizabeth/

The entry for Ann explains that she was the niece of Daniel & Harriet Banham.  Daniel & Harriet’s son Charles was living at #31 in 1871.  He is also buried in MRC.

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/banham-alice-b/


1913:

George William Throssell


1962:

Mrs Hammond

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