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10 Petty Cury

History of 10 Petty Cury

1841:

Thomas King, 20, stationer

Mary, 25

Susan Rutty, 14, servant

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1851:

Mary King, widow, 36, bookseller, b Cambridge

John W, 9, b Cambridge

Ann E, 7, b Cambridge

Thomas, 2, b Cambridge

Louisa Dockrill, 16, servant, b Gt Shelford

Ellen Bradford, 16, servant, b Fulbourn

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1861:

William H Pettit, 24, bookseller employing 2 boys, b Hunts

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1871:

Euphrates W Hardwicke, Medical Botanist member of the British Medical Reform Association

Annie, 36, b Notts

Annie J

Edwin Webster

Bertie W, 6, b Cambridge

Constance W

Edith

Harriet E Beard, 26, servant, b Cambridge

Sarah Payne, 21, nursemaid, b Over

Charles Payne, 15, page boy, b Over

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1881:

Euphrates Hardwick, widower, member of association of herbalists

Annie J

Edwin W, 20, scholar, b Cambridge

Mary B, 18, b Cambridge

Aldridge B, 14, b Cambridge

Constance, 12, b Cambridge

Edith A, 10, b Cambridge

Harriet Camps,17, servant, b Essex

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1891:

Euphrates W Hardwicke, widower, 58, herbalist, b Notts

Annie Jane, 31, sick nurse, b Notts

Connie Jane, 23, b Cambridge

Edith Annie, 20, b Cambridge

Jane Bumpstead, 28, servant, b Cambridge

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1901:

Harry W Sumpter, 38, athletic outfitter, b Cambridge

Annie, 37, b London

Cyril R, 11, b Cambridge

Winifred A, 5, b Cambridge

Muriel A, 1, b Cambridge

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1913:

The Cambridge Athletic Stores and Sports Depot

H W Sumpter

George Albert Wootten, soilcitor

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1962:

Hunt Dress Shops Ltd, costumiers

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