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36 Petty Cury, The White Swan

History of 36 Petty Cury

1830: James Ratty (Pigot’s Directory)

1839: Eliz. Rattey (Robson’s)

1839: John Looker (Pigot’s Directory)

1851: Alice Watts (Gardner’s)


1851: (unnumbered)

William Bridget, 35, publican


1852: Alice Looker (Slaters Directory)


1861: (36 Petty Cury)

Francis Hall, 51, publican, b Bedford


1871:

Charles Hunt, publican, 38, b Burwell

Mary A Hunt, 36, b Burwell


1879: Charles Hunt (Post Office Directory)


1881:

Charles Hunt, publican, 45, b Burwell

Mary A Hunt, 46, b Burwell


1883: Charles Hunt (Kelly’s Directory)


1888:John Tomlin (Kellys Directory)


1913:

Hallack and Bond, wholesale grocers


36-37 Petty Cury circa 1960 (MoC254/72)

1962:

vacant:


1965:

Lord P shoe dealer


2018:

The Body Shop

 

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