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Clement Court / Clement Place

History of Clement Court / Place

In the 1861 census Clement Court is listed in the vicinity of Portugal Place and Park Street.

On the 1885 Cambridge town plan Clement Place is shown running west from the junction of Lower Park Street and Park Street, near Portugal Place.

1861:

(1) Jane Gee, 37, housekeeper, b Cambridge

(2) vacant

(3) David Rignell, 30, post office messenger, b Longstanton

(4) George Keene, 37, cordwainer, b Exeter

(5) Samuel W Varley, 38, ostler, b Surrey

(6) Henry Stubbings, 25, labourer, b Cambridge

(7) Joseph Rayner, 37, groom, b Granchester

(8) Hammond Spinks, 36, shoemaker, b Suffolk

(9) William Collingwood, 25, coach smith, b Cambridge

(10) Richard Callaby, 47, livery stable keeper, b Norfolk

(11) James Cox, 41, boot maker, b Godmanchester

(12) Arthur Mole, 32, tailor, b Beds

(13)

John Dickinson, head, 56, cordwainer, b Gloucs

Alfred James Cooper, head, 25, bootmaker, b Middlesex

(14) Charles Gee, 45, bookbinder, b Cambridge

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