John King, 48, common brewer and victualler, b Cambridge
Sarah, 50, b Cambridge
Ann, 19, b Cambridge
Sarah, 13, b Cambridge
John, 10, b Cambridge
1852: John King (Slaters Directory)
Margaret Mills, publican, 52, b Elys
Harriet Mills, daughter, milliner, 25, b Cambridge
Margaret Mills, daughter, invalid, 21, b Cambridge
Hannah Mills, daughter, milliner, 17, b Cambridge
Alfred Mills, son, 13, b Cambridge
Emily Mills, daughter, 11, b Cambridge
William Wright, lodger, joiner, 22, Essex
1869: Thomas Trudgett (Post Office Directory)
1879: Henry Mitchell (Kellys)
Eliza Bridges, publican, widow, 60, b Lincs
Harry Bridges, son, inn servant, 21, b Whittlesea
Alice Bridges, daughter, 22, b Whittlesea
1883: Geo H Castle (Kellys)
1888: Henry Steel (Kellys)
1892: Henry Steel (Kellys)
1896: Henry Steel (Kellys)
1904: Mrs J M Harvey (Kellys)
1913: Albert Edward Hearn (Spalding)
1916: A E Hearn (Kellys)
1933: Samuel Birne (Kellys)
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