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Dewhurst's 11-12 Petty Cury and John Collier 13-14 Petty Cury c.1960

12, Alexandra House, Petty Cury

History of 12 Petty Cury

1841: unnumbered

Thomas Asplen, 35, ?barman

Maria Edwards, 15, servant



Edward Copping, plumber glazier and painter




Susan Cook, wife’s sister



Edward Copping, 50, plumber glazier painter, b Cambs

Martha, 50, b Cambridge

Martha, 25, b Cambridge

Emma, 22, b Cambridge

Susan Cook, 58, wife’s sister, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Hunt, 55, wife’s sister, widow, b Cambridge

Petty Cury south side, 1867 (from left, Wrestlers Inn, Holdsworth, Pont, Copping, Red Hart Yard, Falcon Yard and Red Lion) (Cambridgeshire Collection)


1871: see 14 Petty Cury


1881: see 14 Petty Cury


1891: uninhabited


1901: uninhabited



Eastmans Ltd, butchers



Dewhurst butchers

Alexandra House, 11 – 14 Petty Cury (MoC24/60)


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