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18 Melbourne Place, The Cricketers

History of The Cricketers

1851:

(18) William Thompson, 27, cabinet maker, b Cambridge

(18) Henry Hutchinson, 29, gun maker, b Wisbech

Although are numbered 18 in the 1851 census, non-consecutively, it may be a mistake as there is also the (18) below which makes more sense.

(18)

Alfred Farrell, 39, innkeeper, b Surrey

…………..

1861: (18) Public House

Simon Samborn, 61, publican, b Germany

Mary, 66, b Norfolk

June Nurse, niece, 29, assistant, b Norfolk

Mary A Palmer, 25, servant, b Norfolk

William Atts, 24, waiter, b Norfolk

Robert Howard, 15, waiter, b Cambridge

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1913: The Cricketers

Mrs Martha Hayward

Headquarters of The Society of Old Friends, W G Hayden Hon Treas

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