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4 – 5 East Road, The Tiger Inn

History of 4 - 5 East Road

1891: (4 – number 5 is absent before 6)

Henry Moden, 39, brewer and licensed victualler, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 40, b Fen Drayton

Maud, 13, b Cambridge

Eveline, 11, b Cambridge

Harry Allen, 9, b Cambridge

Arthur, 6, b Cambridge

Percy V, 4, b Cambridge

Sidney F, 2, b Cambridge

[In 1881 Henry Moden was at the Wheat Sheaf in St Andrew’s Street]

Harry Allen Moden was born 23.6.1881 and went to school at St Luke’s. In 1895 he started work for a local estate agent and then, in 1905, went as general clerk to the Saxon Cement Company in Mill Road. In 1907 he moved to the Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company where he became buyer and stores manager. He retired in 1936 and devoted himself to gardening and fishing. He died at the age of 79 on 20th January 1960. He moved at some point to Monhill Point in Milton Road.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


1913: (5)

Edward Bush, proprietor

1962: The Tiger


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