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College Bedder by H A Moden

15 Emmanuel Lane / Street

History of 15 Emmanuel Street


Thomas Wood, 53, shoemaker

Elizabeth, 44,

Alfred, 3,

Ann Osborne, 21, servant


15 Emmanuel Lane

William Milburn, 45, paper hanger, b Kent

Alice, 45, b Hunts

Richard, 11, b Cambridge

Arthur, 8, b Cambridge

Alice, 6, b Cambridge

Edwin, 3, b Chesterton

James, 10mos, b Chesterton


Philip Saint, 43, bootmaker, b Hunts

Mary, 45, college servant, b Suffolk

Charles, 19, bootmaker, b Cambridge

William, 16, boot closers apprentice, b Cambridge

George, 8, b Cambridge

Martha Trudgett, 81, former college bedmaker, b Suffolk

Frances Saint Trudgett, niece, 23, b Cambridge

Charles Rueben Trudgett, nephew, 17, bootmakers apprentice, b Cambridge


George Coates, 33, servant, b Swaffham

Charlotte, 38, b Hunts

George W Coates, 7, b Cambridge

Alice Coates, 5, b Cambridge


Letitia Kester, 38, widow, shop keeper

Walter H



Letitia Kester, confectioner,

Walter Harry, 19, auxiliary postman, b Cambridge

Arthur, 17, groom


Letitia Kester, confectioner

Arthur Kester, son, 27, groom, b Girton


Letitia Kester, 66, widow, sugar boiler, b Girton



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