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14 Green Street

History of 14 Green Street


(13  + ?) George Taylor, 30, jeweler goldsmith, b Middlesex


Edmund Peacock, 45, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Green Street in 1910. On left is old entrance to Gifford Place.


Walter Stockbridge opened a furniture dealers. He had opened a furniture shop in Melbourn in 1870. In 1878 he married Alice, daughter of William Wallis, licensee of the “Blackbirds” in East Road. By 1881 he had left Green Street and opened larger premises at 49 Sidney Street.


John Charles, 31, printer and compositor, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 30, lodging house keeper, b Melbourn

Julia Augusta, 6, b Cambridge

Mary Gertrude, 4, b Cambridge

Eliza Anne Pettit, servant, 17, b Histon

William Lyndhurst Lewis, 20, undergraduate Trinity Hall, b London

Arthur Charles Gibson, 19, undergraduate Trinity College, b Suffolk

John Charles had previously lived at 4 Drummer Street.  John had married Mary Ann Stockbridge in 1873.


Birth of John Henry Victor Charles. Father was John Charles, a compositor for the Cambridge University press. In 1889 the family moved to 3 Bridge Street.


Albert A George, lodging house keeper


Trinity College Hostel


Petit Bateau


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