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18 Melbourne Place, The Cricketers

History of The Cricketers

UK Census:


Alfred Farral, 39, Late Inn Keeper, b. Epsom, Surrey

Sarah Farrall, 46, b. Gt Swaffham, Cambs

Alfred J Farrall, 11, b. Cambridge


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


1871: Cricketers

William Harmer, 26, Publican, b. Brixton, Surrey

Emily J Harmer, 27, b. Thriplow, Cambs

William F Harmer, 4, b. Stockwell, Surrey

Florence M Harmer, 2, b. Cambridge

Emma Kirk, 15, Servant, b. Fulbourn, Cambs


1874: The Cricketers

George Tuck


1878: The Cricketers

George Scales


1881: The Cricketers

Saml Thos Hayward, 38, Innkeeper, b. Cambridge

Martha Hayward, 39, b. Cambridge

Florence Hayward, 12, b. Cambridge

Ernest Edward Hayward, 11, Publican’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Emily Jane Bishop, 17, Servant, no birth place

Also, Spaldings has additionally “Charles Mortlock, Prospect Cottage, College Servant”


1891: The Cricketers

Samuel T Hayward, 48, Licenced Victualer, b. Cambridge

Martha Hayward, 49, b. Cambridge

Florence Hayward, 22, Barmaid, b. Cambridge

Ernest E Hayward, 21, Publican’s Assistant, b. Cambridge

Emma Hayward, 9, b. Cambridge

Martha A Smith, 17, Servant, b. Orwell, Cambs



Samuel T Hayward, 58, Licenced Victualer, b. Cambridge

Martha Hayward, 59, b. Cambridge

Ernest E Hayward, 31, Brewer’s illegible, b. Cambridge

Emma Hayward, 19, b. Cambridge

James Hayward (brother), 55, b. Cambridge

Rose M Allpress, 19, Servant,


1911: Cricketers

Martha Hayward, 69, Licenced Victualler, b. Cambridge

Lilian Maud Halls, 21, Bar Maid, b. Cambridge


1913: The Cricketers

Mrs Martha Hayward

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


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