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Maypole / Paul Pry

History of the Maypole

1839-42: Paul Pry listed

1843-51: not listed

1851: new licence granted to Gayler for Paul Pry

1851: Charles Bull, beer retailer (Gardner’s)

1852-56: Maypole listed

Ann Rogers was previously married to Charles Bull the previous tenant in 1851. He died in 1860 and she remarried Harry/Henry Rogers in 1860.



Henry Rogers. publican, 41
Ann Rogers, 45
Alfred Bull, son in law, boot claxer, 41, b Scotland
Edward Bull, son in law, cooks apprentice, 45, b Huntingdon
Walter Bull, son in law, tailors apprentice, 15, b Cambridge
Emma Bull, daughter in law, 13, b Cambridge
Sarah A Bull, daughter in law, 11, b Cambridge
Catherine Bull, daughter in law, 9, b Cambridge
Clara Bull, daughter in la, 1, b Cambridge
David Jones, boarder, tailor, 29, b Salop
William Harmes, boarder, tailor, 27, b Kent


1869: Mrs Ann Rogers (Post Office Directory)



Ann Rogers, inn keeper, widow, 55, b St Neots
Kate Bull, daughter, schoolmistress, 19, b Cambridge
Clara Bull, daughter, 17, b Cambridge
Robert D Allen, lodger, stonemason, 30
James Tyte, lodger, cabman, 26


1879: Mrs Ann Rogers (Kellys)



Ann Rogers, innkeeper, widow, 65, b St.Neots


1883: Mrs Ann Rogers (Kellys)

1888: Mrs Ann Rogers (Kellys)

1892: Mrs Ann Rogers (Kellys)

1896: Wm Edmunds Wing (Kellys)

1904: Frank Goodfellow (Kellys)

1913: A J Ferguson (Spalding)

1916: Augustus Jas Ferguson (Kellys)


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