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4 Hobson Street

History of 4 Hobson Street

1861:

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1871:

William Jenny, 50, publican, b Norfolk

Sarah, 38, b Norfolk

Ann M, 14, b Norfolk

James Flinders, 30, lodger, brewers man, b Gransden

Samuel Bentley, 62, lodger, labourer, b Ely

George Edwards, 58, lodger, labourer, b Norfolk


1881: 3 & 4 Hobson Street – Old Nag’s Head

Harriet Dyer, 66, beerhouse keeper, b Cambridge

Joseph, 35, gen. lab., b Cambridge

Phillip, 25, tinman out of work, b Cambridge

Mary Plumb, 16, servant, b Cambridge

Francis Trevio, lodger, 38, bricklayers labourer, b Cambridge

Thomas Dean, 46, sculleryman, b Balsham

William Walls, 69, journeyman maltster, b Saffron Walden

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