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28 Petty Cury

History of 28 Petty Cury


Thomas Fisher, banker

Agnes, 25

Mary, 5

Rhoda, 6 mos

Allen Field, 25

James Muddell, 25, servant

Elizabeth Naylor, 25, servant

Mary Briggs, 25, servant

Sarah Wallis, 25, servant

Lucy Richardson, 20, servant


Thomas Hall Fisher, banker

Agnes, wife, 36

Thomas, 8 mos

Henry Leeland, servant, 29, b Cambridge

Sarah Simons, servant, 48, b Swaffham

Rebecca Starkey, servant, 47, b Haddenham

Ann Rickett, servant, 21, b Cambridge


Thomas H Fisher, 72, banker, b Cambridge

Mary, 25, b Cambridge

Catherine, 17, b Cambridge

Jeannette, 12, b Cambridge

Thomas F, 10, b Cambridge

Alfred F, 6, born Cambridge

Rachael Gale, 31, cook, b Deptford

Elizabeth Meeks, 21, nurse maid, b Chesterton

Jane Meeks, 17, house maid, b Chesterton

Anthony Moore, 25, footman, b Bourn

1871-1891 address not listed


Harry Johnson, bookseller

28 Petty Cury, Harry Johnson bookseller (MoC98.53)

28 Petty Cury (MoC111.75)



Freeman Hardy and Willis

(28a) J Hepworth Ltd clothiers

Masonic Club

(28b) Maypole Dairy


Boots Cash Chemists (Eastern) Ltd

28 Petty Cury (MoC247/72)

28 Petty Cury (MoC248/72)


Boots the Chemist


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