In the 19th cent. it passed with the adjacent five cottages into the hands of Peete Musgrave, from whom it passed to one of his sons.
John Bell, 45, Independent means
John Bell, 15,
Sarah Robson, 35, housekeeper
Mary Hart, 20, servant
Eliza Wisby, servant, 19
John Gillam Bell, 55, farmer 21 acres 6 labourer, b Cambridge
Elizabeth Spicer, 20, servant, b Bottisham
John Gillam Bell, widower, 69, retired corn and seed merchant, b Cambridge
Sarah Robson, sister in law, 59, b Northumberland
Harriet Stonebridge, servant, 30, b Oakington
Ellen Taylor, servant, 13, b Cambridge
James W Prior, 46,
Emma C Scott, niece, 25, governess, b Cambridge
Mary F Scott, niece, 23, governess, b Middlesex
Mabel V Scott, niece, 16, b Kings Lynn
Charles J Scott, nephew, 14, b Kings Lynn
Caroline Leathley, 40, servant, b Cambridge
Julia Barber, 21, servant, b Godmanchester
James W Prior, 55, solicitor, b Cambridge
Emma P Scott, 35, governess, b Middlesex
Mary F Scott, 33, governess, b Middlesex
Julia Barber, 31, servant, b Hunts
Sarah Rignall, 21, servant, b Longstanton
Sarah Yewell, widow, 54, lodging house keeper, b Duxford
Alice Mary, daughter, 14, b Cambridge
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