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81 - 5 King Street (MoC 264 / 70)

81 (76) King Street, The Sevastopol

History of 81 King Street

1851 unnumbered

Robert Odams, 48, brewer

1861 The Sevastopol (76)

Solomon Woodruffe, 23, house painter and publican, b Ely

1881 The Sevastopol





Robert Hall, 37, chimney sweep, b Cambs

Helen, 34, b Cambs

Frederick, 14, errand boy wine merchant, b Cambs

Henery, 10, b Cambs

Alice, 8, b Cambs

Minnie, 6, b Cambs

Florance, 4, b Cambs

Charles, 2, b Cambs


Robert J Hall, sweep

Frederick R Hall: Lance Corporal A/200578, 12th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Killed in action 6th August 1918. Aged 22. Son of Robert and Ellen Hall, 81, King Street, Cambridge; husband of Louise Hall, Willingham. Cambridge (Holy Trinity) and (St. Paul’s) Memorials.  Buried in Ligny-St. Flochel British Cemetery, Averdoingt, Plot II. Row A. Grave 22. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)


Miss M Hall

(81a) D E Gathercole, French polisher


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