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4 Market Hill

4 Market Hill

No. 4 is timber-framed but refaced in brick in the mid C18. (Pevsner)

This postcard shows the same part of Market Hill circa 1900. The spire of Holy Trinity is in the background.


Warren and Baker’s, grocers


Thomas Carter Earl, 35, grocer, b Hungary


Eliza Smith, 60, housekeeper, b Cambridge

George Nichols, lodger, 17, b Cambridge

John Barr, shopman, 24, oil-man, b London

George W Boot, 24, grocer’s shopman, b Cambs

Alfred Bull, 25, grocer’s shopman, b Landbeach

Sarah Chandler, 18, general servant, b Haslingfield






Alice Brooks, 40, university lodging house keeper, b London

Mabel Blythe, servant, 15, b Cambs


C W Green, athletic outfitter

(4a) Patrick Beales, coal and coke merchants


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