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18 Petty Cury c.1960

18 Petty Cury

History of 18 Petty Cury

1861: (see Wrestlers)

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1871: (see Wrestlers)

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1881: (see Wrestlers)

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1891:

John Cork, draper

Mary E

John F

Mary E

Frank F

Lizzie Parker, 16, servant, b Rampton

Anelia Parker, 14, nursemaid, b Rampton

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1901:

John Cork, 44, draper, b Norfolk

Lilian Conyers, 35, b Yorks

John Freeman, 17, draper’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Mary Ellen, 14, b Cambridge

Frank Freeman, 12, b Cambridge

Walter Booth, 4 mos, b Cambridge

Lydia E Darnell, 18, servant, b Soham

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1913: –

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18 Petty Cury

1962:

City of Cambridge Restaurant

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