1841: ? unnumbered
Isaac Young, 35, tea dealer
Thomas Groom, 32, bootmaker, b Herts
Sarah, 30, b Herts
Philip, 30, bootmaker, b Herts
Thomas Scott, 45, grocer, b Cambridge
Caroline, 42, b Cambridge
Mary Ann, 21, b Cambridge
Thomas, 19, grocer, b Cambridge
Henry, 14, b Cambridge
Caroline, 12, b Cambridge
Sophia, 10, b Cambridge
Walter, 8, b Cambridge
Kate, 6, b Cambridge
Mary Ann Baker, wife’s sister, 38, b Cambridge
William Lusher took over the grocery business in 1863. he went bankrupt in 1864 and died of TB in 1865.
See Mill Road Cemetery entry
Frederick T Jackson, 30, grocer, b Cambridge
Catherine, 30, b Wimpole
Catherine E, 8, b Cambridge
Sarah A, 4, b Cambridge
Frederick T, 18 mos, b Cambridge
Caroline Briggs, 14, servant, b Dullingham
According to Enid Porter in ‘Victorian Cambridge’, Lyles and Speed of 15 Petty Cury bought the Gonville Nursery after the death of Jabez Chater. Their shop and the nursery was acquired later by James Sanders.
George Stace, 39, draper, b Sussex
Amelia, 42, b Cambridge
Winifred Mary, 12, b Cambridge
Mary Elizabeth Kelsey, assistant, 32, mantle shopwoman, b Norfolk
Clara Camwell Kelsey, assistant, 27, millinery shopwoman, b Norfolk
Margaret A Wallman, 23, housemaid, b Swavesey
Ellen Elizabeth Wilson, 16, kitchenmaid, b Chesterton
Edward Malcolm Bennett, servant, 28, clerk, b Cambridge
Elizabeth Ward, 18, servant, b Toft
Louisa Sargent, 48, servant, b Gt Shelford
Francis E Butterfield, 32, servant, dressmaker, b Yorks
Harriett R Fennick, 30, servant, milliner, b London
Sarah E Pinches, servant, 29, drapers assistant, b Herefordshire
Annie G Rice, servant, 29, drapers assistant, b Devon
Anne E Thorpe, 28, draper’s assistant, b Lincs
George Stace, milliner, ladies outfitter, undertaker
Alexandre Ltd, tailors
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