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Sell’s Court, King Street

History of Sell's Court

Approximate location, just to west of TrinityPlace

1881:

(1) Susan Vyce

(2) Mary Ann Mickle

(3) Henry Neasmith

(4) Lander family

(5) Esther Stutters

(6) Ann Peters

(7) Charles Cartell

(8)

James Neal, 32, brewer’s drayman, b Longstanton

[James Neal seems to be the same person as Samuel Neal]

Ann [née Pink], 32, b Rampton

Alfred, 13, b Longstanton

John, 9, b Longstanton

Samuel, 7, b Cambridge

James, 4, b Cambridge

Julia, 1, b Cambridge

Cornelius, lodger, 29, general labourer, b Longstanton

(9) Charles Barley

(1 Juby’s Court) Joshua Langford

(2 Juby’s Court) Ann Pigott

(Greens Court in course of demolition)

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1891:

(1) Maria Flaxman

(2) Harriet Taylor

(3) E L Peddle

(4) uninhabited

(5) Sarah Kettle

(6) uninhabited

(7 & 8)

Samuel Neal, 43, bricklayer’s labourer

Ann, Samuel, 17, doctor’s errand boy

James, 14, errand boy

Julia, 11

David, 9, b Cambridge

Edith, 6, b Cambridge

William, 4, b Cambridge

Eliza, 2, b Cambridge

[By 1901 the Neal family have moved to New Court on the other side of King Street, presumably after Sell’s Court was demolished.]

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1913: not listed in Kelly’s

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