Capturing Cambridge
  • search
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

23 Petty Cury, Coach and Horses Inn

History of 23 Petty Cury

1841:

John Bilton, 40,  publican

Rebecca, 40

John, 9

Elizabeth, 7

James, 4

Edmond, 2

John, 40

George Chune, 15, servant

Thomas Rogers, 20

Emma Sean, 15, servant

Samuel Cave, 30, ??

Edward Pink, 40, cork cutter

…………

1845 (20th Feb)

Josiah Chater records in his diary: At half past seven exactly we met at the Coach and Horses in the Cury and had a good supper of sausages, hot potatoes, and bread and beer … we could not finish them all so I pocketed 2 sausages and 2 large pieces of bread for lunch tomorrow, Mr Blumson took 4, Hayes 3 and the rest some each….

………….

1851:

John Bilton, 51, publican, b Cambridge

Rebecca, 52, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 17, governess, b Cambridge

James, 13, b Cambridge

Edmund, 11, b Cambridge

Charlotte Newman, 22, b Croydon Cambs

John Hayhouse, lodger, 62, brickmaker, b Norfolk

…………

1861: Coach and Horses Dining Rooms

William Riddle, eating house keeper

Eleanor

William G, 11, b Cambridge

Mary Ann

Helen Jane

Caroline

Louisa

Lydia Sarah

William Haggis, lodger, 74, bricklayer, b Cambs

……….

1871:

William Riddle, 50, eating house proprietor, b Cambs

Eleanor, 30, b Cherry Hinton

Mary A, 27, b Cherry Hinton

Helen Jane, 22, b Cambs

Caroline, 19, b Cambridge

Louisa, 17, b Cambridge

Lydia Sarah, 16, b Cambridge

Isabel A, 8, b Cambridge

David Rignall, lodger, 40, postman, b Longstanton

John Rignall, lodger, 22, postman, b Longstanton

……….

1881: Eating house

George B Murfitt, 35, eating house keeper, b Cambs

Mary S, 29, b Yorks

George William, 6, b Yorks

James, 4, b Yorks

Mary I, 3, b Yorks

Sarah A, 1, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Newman, 13, servant, b Fulbourn

View west along Petty Cury. No. 23 Eating House right foreground. c.1880

………..

1891:

(23a)

Edward Moss, manager of seed business

Thirza

Ellen Y

Mabel A

Edward J, 8, b Cambridge

Thomas W, 3, b Cambridge

Emily Shaw, wife’s sister, 17, b Cambridge

(23)

Elizabeth Clear, 46, lodging house keeper, b Meldreth

Mary E, 24, b Shepreth

Arthur R, 18, ironmonger assistant, b Shepreth

Kathleen O’Brien Clear, 14, b Shepreth

Alice D, 12, b Shepreth

Evangeline E, 9, b Shepreth

John D, 8, b Shepreth

Martha, 4, b Shepreth

…………

1901:

(23a)

Edward Moss, 46, manager of seed stores, Gloucs

Thirza, 40, b Cambridge

Ellen, 21, b Cambridge

Mabel, 20, assistant school mistress, b Cambridge

Thomas 13, b Cambridge

(23)

Horace Howell, widower, 40, tobacconist, b Essex

Rebecca Creek, 25, servant, b Little Shelford

………..

1913:

Thomas Hamilton, tobacconist

Mrs Alice Howell

(23a) James Sanders, seedsman and florist

Edward Moss, manager

Thomas William Moss

……….

1962:

True Form, shoe dealers

23 Petty Cury


2018:

Wasabi

Contribute

Do you have any information about the people or places in this article? If so, then please let us know using the Contact page or by emailing capturingcambridge@museumofcambridge.org.uk.

Dear Visitor,

 

Thank you for exploring historical Cambridgeshire! We hope you enjoy your visit.

 

Did you know that we are a small, independent Museum and that we rely on donations from people like you to survive?

 

If you love Capturing Cambridge, and you are able to, we’d appreciate your support today.

 

Every donation makes a world of difference.

 

Thank you,

The Museum of Cambridge