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19 – 20 Market Street

History of 19 - 20 Market Street


Josiah Chater recorded that he fetched a penny twist of tea from Scrafield.


(20) William Scrafield, 42, confectioner, b Cambridge

Charlotte, 49, b Lincs

Edward Smith, 16, b Essex

Mary Moden, lodger, 67, school mistress, b Cambridge

Sophia Spence, 24, shoe binder, b Cambridge

(19) Justin Adcock, 36, attorney solicitor, b Cambridge

Emma, 34, b Cambridge

Edwin, 7, b Cambridge

Jessie, 6, b Cambridge

Ellen, 2, b Cambridge

Charlotte Cook, 24, servant, b Cambs

Eliza Cook, 17, b Hunts

John George Smith, clerk, 16, b Surrey



Thomas Reynolds Bryant, 36, homeopathic chemist, b Norfolk


William Scrafield, 52, baker, b Lincs

1862: This was the address of T R Bryant, a practitioner of homeopathic medicine. Homeopathy had been introduced by Dr F H F Quin into England, after studying it in Germany.

This was  the business address of the photographer Ralph Herbert Lord. He lived with his family first at 101 Chesterton Road but then moved to Aldham House, Chesterton. His photography business, which was first based at 13 Market Street, was very successful.

Much more information can be found here:

R H Lord, Market Street, subject unknown (MoC)

R H Lord, Market Street, subject unknown (MoC)


Royal Air Force Recruiting Service



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