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39 (97, 96) King Street, The Boot Public House & Press’ Court

History of 39 King Street, The Boot

1851 unnumbered

Richard Lucas, sadler

[the 1851 entry for Lucas may be a different location in the street]


(96) The Boot

Richard Lucas, 61, publican and harness maker, b Ely

Press’ Court:


Samuel Cooper, 56, Chelsea pensioner, b Kent


John Gee, 44, guide, b Cambridge


Joseph Case, 59, plumber glazier and painter, b Cambridge

(4) vacant


(96) Moore

(97) The Boot


1901: The Boot

Eliza White, 54, licensed victualler, b Chipping Campden

William Thurlow, 28, lodger, labourer, b Cambridge

Edward Burbage, 28, bricklayer, b Cambridge

1911: The Boot

Samuel Rand, 43, publican, b Kent

Charlotte, 37, b Kent

Florence Cramp, adopted daughter, 18, b Kent

1913: The Boot

Samuel Rand


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