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22 Clarendon Street

17 Orchard Street / 22 Clarendon Street, The Two Swans

History of The Two Swans

22 Clarendon Street

1861:

(Entry 197) – Previous entry is #41 Orchard Street

Daniel Fletcher Dyball, 33, Baker, b. Cambridge

Louisa Dyball, 34, b. Boro Green, Cambs

Edwin Fletcher Dyball, 6m, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth Smith, 12, b. Boro Green, Cambs

Louisa Smith , 9, b. Salisbury, Wilts

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1871:

Thomas Janeway, 44, Baker & Confectioner, b. Shingay, Cambs

Eliza Janeway, 42, b. Cambridge

Eliza Smyth, 44, Teacher & Agent to Fallen Women, b. Cambridge

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1878:

John Clarke (1878)

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1881:

John Clark, 53, Labourer & General Shopkeeper, b. Cambridge

Eliza Clark, 51, Lodging Hoiusekeeper

Eliza Smyth, 48, Teacher of Music, b. Cambridge

James L Ball, 37, Telegraph Supt, b. Peterborough

Kate M Harradine, 13, Servant

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1891:

(Entry 168/District 2) – previous entry 167 is Elm Cottage, Elm Street

John Clark, 63, Bricklayer Labourer, b. Cambridge

Eliza Clark, 62,b. Cambridge

Henry Curson, 66, Lodger, Tailor b. Cambridge

Sam Layton Ball, 47, Telegraphist, b. Peterboro

Elizabeth Betts, 13, Servant, b. Gt Besford, Beds

MRC – Sam Ball

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/ball-sam-layton/

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1895:

Spalding notes that Samuel L Ball is chief telegraph clerk

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1901: no entry

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1911:

Percy Wing, 28, Grocer, b. Cambridge

Mary Wing, 29, b. Willingham

Vera Wing, 1, b. Cambridge

Esther Todd, 65, Boarder, Seamstress, b. Cambridge

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1913: The Two Swans

Percy Wing, grocer, off-licensed beer house

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1962: Percy Wing, grocer

(17 Orchard Street):

1962: Henry W Wheeler

See:

https://www.closedpubs.co.uk/cambridgeshire/cambridge_twoswans.html

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