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70 & 71 East Road, George IV

History of 70 & 71 East Road

1830: Stephen Cowell (Pigot’s)

1839: Robert Holden (Pigot’s)

1852: Thomas Holder (Slaters)

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1861:

Thomas Holder, publican & broker, 39, b Hunts
Charlotte Holder, wife, 40, b Great Wilbraham
Emma Rolfe, step daughter, 13, b St Neots
Ann Rolfe, step daughter, 10, b St Neots

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1869: Thomas Holder (Post Office Directory)

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1871:

Thomas Holder, licensed victualler & broker, 51, b Hunts
Charlotte Holder, wife, 50, b Wilbraham
Annie Rolfe, daughter in law, milliner, 20, b St Neots
Bessie Simpkins, niece, 13, b Wilbraham

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1879: Thomas Holder (Kellys)

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1881:

Thomas Holder, publican, 60, b Somersham
Eliza A Holder, wife, housewife, 46, b Cambridge
Ernest Heighton, son of wife, 14, b Cambridge

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1883: Arthur Smith (Kellys)

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1888: Anthony Smith (Kellys)

1892: Alfred Cann (Kellys)

1896: Alfred Cann (Kellys)

1904: Mrs Sabina Cann (Kellys)

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1913: George IV

Edwin Dove (Spalding)

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1916: Chas Wm Aldridge (Kellys)

1933: George Munns (Kellys)

 

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