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Clarendon Arms

35 Clarendon Street, Clarendon Arms

History of 35 Clarendon Street

1861:

Charles Riggs, 53, publican, b. London

Sophia Riggs, 50, b. Whiterhead, Suffolk

Bradbury Last, 69, b. Bradfield, Suffolk

Harriet Last, 11, b. Bury St Edmonds

MRC

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/riggs-charles/

……….

1871:

Henry Kettle, 35, Publican Waiter, b. Magddish, Norfolk

Jane Kettle, 36, Publican’s wife, b. Bingham, Notts

James Kettle, 10, Scholar, b. Cambridge

Link to Mill Road Cemetery website:

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/kettle-henry/

………..

1881: The Clarendon Arms

Jane Kettle, 43, Widow, Publican, b. Nottinghamshire

James, 20, Cook, b. Cambridge

Louisa Potter, 14, Servant, b. Bottisham

MRC

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/kettle-henry/

………..

1891:

Jane Kettle, 57, Widow, Publican, b. Bingham, Notts

MRC – Jane

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/kettle-henry/

………..

1901:

Jane Kettle, 67, Publican, b. Bingham, Notts

Kate M Coulson, 17, Servant, b. Milton, Cambs

MRC:

http://millroadcemetery.org.uk/kettle-henry/

………..

1911:

William Walter Scargill, 31, Publican & Decorator etc, b. Colchester

Ada Louise Scargill, 41, b. Portsmouth

Herbert Charles Brown, 14, step-son, b. Guildford

Harold Newton Brown, 12, step-son, b. Guildford

Edith Mary Scargill, 3, b. Colchester

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