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26 (17) King Street

History of 26 King Street


William Taylor, 49, master bootmaker, b Swavesey


William Taylor


Alfred Pleasance, 22, college servant, b Cambridge

Sarah, wife, 21, tobacconist, b Cambridge

Sarah and their first child passed away and Alfred remarried (GP 2023)

In 1881 Alfred was living with his wife Kate at 10 Park Street.


the address of Charles Arnold at the time of his death

see Mill Road Cemetery entry


Sarah Wilkinson, dressmaker

The Relieving officer’s Pay and Vaccination Rooms


Sarah Wilkinson

1901: (17)

Harry Rooke, 46, plumber, b Cambridge

1913: (26)

H Pryke, bootmaker


Bradfield and Kidman, boot repairers


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