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College Bedder by H A Moden

4 Emmanuel Lane / Street

History of 4 Emmanuel Street


John Hammond, 34, cordwainer

Mary, 34

Frederick, 3

Emily, 8 mos

Susannah, 8 mos

John Hippelsall, 38, porter

John Button, 25, tin plate worker

Thomas Jacob, 27, carpenter

James Moor, 17, shoemaker’s apprentice


Thomas Lee, 23, cordwainer, b Essex

Susanna, 24, dressmaker, b Cambridge

William T, 2, b Cambridge

Anna Maria, 3m, b Cambridge

Daniel Wovad, 64, formerly white smith, b Suffolk

Henry Hazell, 20, coach smith, b Cambridge


Buttle W Hymus, 34, tailor, b Cambs

Emily, 37, b Suffolk

Buttle Mill, son, 10, b Suffolk

Harriet Martha, daughter, 7, b Suffolk

Harry Arthur, son, 3 mos, b Cambridge


Mary Newling, 80, bedmaker, b Quy

Sarah Wright, niece, 31, assistant bedmaker, b Waterbeach

Louise Salmon, niece, 18, draper’s assistant, b Waterbeach

Sarah Maria Green, 14, servant, b Great Wilbraham


Charles Wilson, gardener

Jane, bedmaker

Sarah L, 16, b Ely


Charles Wilson, gardener’s labourer

Jane, college bedmaker


Charles Wilson, 60, general labourer, b Trumpington

Jane, 55, b Ely


Ellen Tuck, 58, widow, college bedmaker, b Worcester

Oscar, 18, miller, b Cambridge

Horace, 15, general furnisher, b Cambridge

Alfred, 9, b Cambridge


Mrs Ellen Tuck


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