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17 (15) Mill Lane, Waggon and Horses

History of 17 Mill Lane

1841:

Elizabeth Scarr, 38

Eliza, 16

Phoebe, 14, dress maker

Charles, 7

Elizabeth, 1

Robert Dinson, 20, tailor

George Tilowlers, 48, labourer

William Johnson, 30, labourer

Samuel Lambeth, 25, labourer

John Garner, 24, labourer

John Winton, 50, labourer

John Murphy, 26, labourer

Michael Sulervan, 26, labourer

Robert Hemer, 20, labourer

…………..

1851: (15)

Joseph Scarr, 58, publican, b Gt Shelford

Elizabeth

Charles, 17, stone mason, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 11,

Amelia, 8,

Harriet, 6,

John Pratt, lodger, 52, labourer, b Norfolk

Thomas Barker, lodger, 38, labourer, b Cambs

Susan Creek, 14, servant, b Norfolk

……………

1861: no number

Elizabeth Scarr, widow, 57, publican, b Cambridge

Emilia, 18, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Harriet, 16, b Cambridge

Alfred Woods, boarder, ostler, 17, b Chesterton

Sarah Pearson, 14, servant of all work, b Horseheath

Williams Woods, lodger, 70, labourer, b Cambridge

…………

1871:

David Minns, 68, formerly gardener, b Suffolk

Augustus, 15, grandson, labourer, b Chesterton

Lucy, 67, b Suffolk

Charles Stanbridge, lodger, 23, labourer, b Hertford

………..

1881:

Hannah Mott, widow, 60, publican and cowkeeper, b Barrington

Ann, 26, b Cambridge

James, 24, cowkeeper, b Cambridge

Emily, 21, b Colchester

Tom, 17, cowkeeper, b Cambridge

Alice, 20, dressmaker, b Cambridge

William Henry, 14, errand boy, b Cambridge

………….

1891: Waggon and Horses

Hannah Mott, widow, 70, publican

Caroline Mead, widow, 66, housekeeper, b Cambridge

 

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