Approximate position of Crane Yard. The Crane was a very old inn on Market Street first mentioned soon after 1500.
Josiah Chater recorded that he fetched a pint of milk from The Crane.
Robert Dyer, 40, landlord Crane Inn, b Cambridge
Harriet, 36, b Cambridge
Eliza, 12, b Cambridge
Joseph, 10, b Sutton
Harriett, 8, b Sutton
Sarah Ann, 2, b Cambs
Mary Ann, 6 months, b Cambs
John Corts, lodger, 30, soldier, b Hunts
Susan Corts, 25, b Somerset
Robert Arnold, lodger, 20, soldier, b London
Henry Davis, lodger, 26, soldier, b Leicester
Edward Goodwin, lodger, 19, soldier, b Kent
George Ellingworth, lodger, 28, soldier, b Yorks
James Jervis, lodger, 18, carpenter, b Cambridge
George Bird, lodger, 21, turner, b Cambridge
Samuel Beadley, lodger, 36, soldier, b Norfolk
Ann Beadley, 27, b Stapleford
Harry Medlock Beadley, 3, b Gt Shelford
(2 Crane Yard) Robert Barrett, 40, labourer, b Cambridge
Elizabeth, 38, b Fulbourn
(3 Crane Yard) Francis Hall, widow, 47, nurse, b Cambridge
Harriett, 15, nursemaid
(4 Crane Yard) William Stubbins, 55, widower
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