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23 Petty Cury

History of 23 Petty Cury

1941:

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

………….

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:

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

………..

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


2018:

Wasabi

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