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39 Clarendon Street

History of 39 Clarendon Street

1861:

James F Constable, 27, brewer, b Cambridge

Emma, 27, b Trumpington

Charles, 9m

James Constable was the son of John Constable who purchased the Falcon  brewery in Earl Street in 1859. James managed the Falcon Inn in Petty Cury. The Constables seem to have given up the brewery in 1883.

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1871:

James J Teasdale, 46, Reporter, b. Camberwell, Surrey

Harriet Teasdale, 46, b. Cambridge

Family living at #6 in 1851 census

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1881:

James J Teasdale, 56, Journalist, b. Camberwell, Surrey

Harriet Teasdale, 56, b. Cambridge

Family living at #6 in 1851 census

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1891:

James J Teasdale, 66, Journalist, b. Camberwell, Surrey

Harriet Teasdale, 66, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth M Cornwell, 74, Visitor, b. Cambridge

Eliza Hel Haylock, 18, Servant, b. Sawston

Family living at #6 in 1851 census

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1901:

Harriet Teasdale, 76, Lodging House Keeper, b. Cambridge

Elizabeth L Brown, 49, Niece,

Laurie E Nrich, 30, Servant

Family living at #6 in 1851 census

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1911:

Harriet Susanna Teasdale, 86, University Lodging Housekeeper, b.Cambridge

Eliza Reader, 61, Housekeeper, b. Saffron Walden

Elizabeth Child, 60, Nght Nurse, b. Warsley, Hunts

Family living at #6 in 1851 census

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