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Guildhall Street west side (MoC1/53/49)

4 Guildhall Street, Castle Inn

History of 4 Castle Street

Guildhall Street west side


Thomas Christmas (Pigot’s)


William Christmas (Robson’s)


James Baxter (Gardner’s)

1852: Nicholas Jemmerson (Slater’s)


John Royall (Post Office Directory)


John Royal, plasterer and publican, 71, b Norfolk

Ann, 60, b Cambridge

Alfred, plasterer, 25, b Cambridge

Thomas, plasterer, 21, b Cambridge

Nicholas, clerk, 19, b Cambridge

Alice, dressmakers apprentice, 15, b Cambridge

William James, lodger, cook and brush manufacturer, 71, b London

Joseph Nunn, ostler, 28, b Suffolk

Elizabeth Wilmott, servant, widow, 24, b Cambridge

Edward James, lodger, engineer, 21, b Canterbury

John Field, lodger, gardener, 20, b Herts

Henry Mahon, lodger, man, 28, b Scotland

Harry Kelvington, lodger, mason, 23, b Hull


Henry Edward Steel (Post Office Directory)


Henry Steel, innkeeper, 52, b Suffolk

Eliza, 46, b Suffolk

Henry E, carver inn servant, 22, b Suffolk

Elizabeth Berry, mother in law, farmer’s wife, b Suffolk

Maryan Turner, servant, 19, b Hadstock

Charles Numm, lodger, fish merchant, 40, b Suffolk


The Guildhall: Cambridge Town Council Offices



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