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8-9 Petty Cury circa 1960

8 – 9 Petty Cury

History of 8 Petty Cury


George Williams, 28, grocer, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 27, b East Dereham Norfolk

John, 11, b East Dereham Norfolk

Jane, 8, b East Dereham Norfolk

John Williams, father in law, Baptist Minister East Dereham, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, mother, in law, 47, b Norfolk

Charles Rowton, assistant, 20,  b Cambridge

John Barker, assistant, 18, b Essex

Elizabeth Ellen, servant, 18, b Barton




George Williams, 39, grocer employing 1 assistant and 1 apprentice, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 37, b Norfolk

Elizabeth, 9, b Cambridge

George C, 6, b Cambridge

Harriet, sister, 36, milliner, born Cambridge

David Waiter, lodger, blacksmith, b Norfolk

Elizabeth Waiter, wife,  b London

Octavius Blinkhorn, assistant, 17, grocer’s assistant, b Cambs

Susannah Ryder, servant, 18, b Sawston

(8) see 7 Petty Cury


1871: (8)

Charles Constable, hatter

Amelia Kent, sister, 30, b Cambridge

Sarah H Scott, visitor, 13, b Sheffield

Sarah Bullum, servant, 40, b Ditton


1881: (8) Hatters Shop [for 9 Petty Cury see Falcon Inn]

John F Constable, widower, 75, hatter, b Cambridge

Charles, 52, hatter and clothier, b Cambridge

Sarah Busling, 40, servant, b Ditton



George J Dring, 24, pork butcher, b Grantchester

Eliza E, 21, pork butcher, b Cambridge

Kate S, sister, 25, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Mary L, sister, 22, housekeeper, b Cambridge


1901: uninhabited



James Valentine Pryor, fishmonger and ice merchant


Macfisheries Petty Cury c1960


(8) Developed Products Ltd, industrial products

(8/9) C J Stephens

(8 & 9) MacFisheries Ltd, fishmongers

(8 & 9) Mallinson’s School of Photography & Journalism


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