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13-15 Petty Cury circa 1960s

13, Alexandra House, Petty Cury

History of 13 Petty Cury


Thomas Pont, 50, dyer

Thomas, 24

William, 20

Ann, 25


Thomas Pont, dyer

Mary, 40, b Ely


Thomas Pont, widower, 73, dyer, 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


Robert Alderton, hairdressers

13-16 Petty Cury 1960s

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

Alexandra House, Petty Cury (MoC136/71)

Alexandra House, Petty Cury (MoC136/71)

Alexandra House, Petty Cury (MoC136/71)

Petty Cury (MoC155/72)


John Collier, tailor


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