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1 – 6 Clement Lane / Passage

History of 1 - 6 Clement Lane

Prior to nos 1 and 2 Portugal Place, there were the properties 1 to 6 Clement Lane at this location. Some of the area may also have been part of 20 Bridge Street.


(1) James Topham, 51, flyman, b Herts

(2) unoccupied

(3) Martha F Gayler, 41, dressmaker, b Cambridge

(4) Joseph Stubbings, 57, formerly groom, b Great Wilbraham

(5) Sarah Maltby, 69, college pensioner, b Teversham

(6) Elizabeth Powley, 39, charwoman, b Cambridge


(1) Eliza Topham, 40, college servant,

(4) James Jones, 60, tailor,

(5) Thomas Bridges, 35, college servant,


Timothy Loker, 58, college servant, b Cherry Hinton

Caroline, 59, b Cambridge

Alice Ingram, 21, servant, b Cambridge

Abraham Shuker, lodger, 22, student of St John’s College, b Salop

in 1861 the Loker family were living at 7 Clement Lane

In 1881 the Loker family were at 4 Clement Passage

1881 Clement Passage

(1) William Haylock, 40, stonemason

(2) Bass Jackson, 72, draper

(3) Thomas Bridges,


Timothy Loker, widower, 68, college servant, b Cherry Hinton

Alice M, granddaughter, 25, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Timothy Loker moved to 37 Grafton Street where he died aged 77. c1890.

(5) William Fisher, 32, waiter

(6) Jesse Cross, 42, bootmaker


(10) Elizabeth Attwood, 41, bedmaker

(11) Henry Dickinson, 59, pensioner

(12) George Hitchings, 33, stone mason,


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