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(55) (89) King Street

History of (55) King Street

1851 unnumbered

Richard A Curtis, 43, tailor & teacher of cutting, b Cornwall


George Burbage, 59, bricklayer, b Cherry Hinton



Caroline Nichols, widow moved here after the death of her husband by drowning in the Cam in 1868. She had previously lived at 54 (30-31) King Street. In 1887 she died at 3 Wray’s Almshouses in King Street

1891 (89)

William Mickell, 47, painter, b Cambridge

Emma, 38, charwoman, b Cambridge

Samuel, 18, labourer, b Cambridge

Alfred, 16, chimney sweep, b Cambridge

Annie, 12, b Cambridge

Emily, 10, b Cambridge

Arthur, 7, b Cambridge

Alice, 4, b Cambridge

Ethel, 1, b Cambridge

Arthur Edward Mickell: Sergeant L/9198, 10th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment). Died of wounds 25 April 1917. Aged 34. Born and resident Cambridge, enlisted Hounslow. Son of William and Emma Mickell, of 13, Argyle St., Mill Rd., Cambridge. In the British Postal Appointment Books he was appointed to Cambridge in September 1913 and again to Cambridge 20 March 1915. Buried in BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot IV. Row C. Grave 24. See also Cambridge Guildhall and also Cambridge St Philips (Royal Mail Roll of Honour)

1901 (89)


1911 (55)

Walter Attwood, 22, tailor, b Chesterton

Minnie, 21, b Cambs


Charles Thomas Cornwell, fitters’ mate


Miss Day




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