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(45) (93-94) King Street, Carpenter’s Arms

History of (45) King Street


Thomas Beaumont, publican


(93-4) Carpenter’s Arms

Thomas Beaumont, 60, publican and grocer, b Waterbeach


Joseph Rose, licensee and butcher


Carpenter’s Arms

1891 (93-94)

Carpenter’s Arms

1901 (93-94)

(93) Butcher’s shop

(94) Carpenter’s Arms tavern

Joseph Rose, 63, butcher & licensed victualler, b Cambridge

Alice, 34, father’s housekeeper, b Cambridge

Ellen, 31, nurse, b Cambridge

Albert, 25, butcher’s assistant, b Cambridge

Mabel, 19, dressmaker, b Cambridge

93 King Street becomes 47 King Street

1911 (45)

William Redley, 34, married and separated, nurse and masseur, b Northampton

1913 (45)

Matthew Gill


John Sebert Clarke age 53 of 45 King Street reported to have died

1962 (45)

Sydney Chappell




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