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94 – 95 East Road

History of 95 East Road

1851 unnumbered but between 96 and 93

Frederick Holland, 43, sawyer, b London

Mary Holland, 33, b Suffolk

William Holland, 8, b Cambridge

Thomas, 5, b Cambridge

Thomas, 2, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 4 mos, b Cambridge

Frederick and Mary Ann had married in Cambridge in 1840. In 1861 they were living at 100 East Road. Frederick had been previously married to Anne (nee Pollen) and had two surviving children by her, Louisa Ann b 1830 and Frederick b 1832.


(94) Thomas Tappin, 40, bone cutter, b Bethnal Green

(Back of 94) James Shead, 57, gardener, b Cambridge

(94B) John Bailey, 76, ag lab., b Ditton

(95) George Pope, 61, earthernware dealer, b Norfolk

Mary, 57, b Suffolk

Elliott, 22, earthernware dealer, b Cambridge, deaf

Samuel, 16, b Cambridge

Alfred, 14, b Cambridge

Joseph Reynolds, son in law lodger, 30, confectioner, b Cambridge

Harriett Reynolds, lodger daughter, 24, b Cambridge

Alice M Pope, granddaughter, 3, b Cambridge

(95) 1913:

Samuel Gentle, coal and forage merchant

Hubert Gentle


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