Charles Edward Brown, 45, magistrate, b Cambridge
Elizabeth, 40, b Cambridge
Sarah Raynor, 32, servant, b Hauxton
Eliza Porter, 23, servant, b Burwell
[Charles’s father had been the postmaster in Green Street; Charles became mayor of Cambridge 1846-7 and was associated with the Cambridge Chronicle]
John Lockington, 54, tobacconist, b Hunts
Elizabeth, 49, b Ely
Matilda, 9, b Ely
Ann Hanes, 18, servant, b Haslingfield
Charlotte Goodliffe, 49, widow, butcher, b Hunts
Martha, 16, assistant, b Cambridge
George, 10, b Cambridge
James Newton, servant, 19, journeyman butcher, b Cambridge
Mary Smith, servant, 19, b Hunts
(26) F Winton-Smith, provisions merchant
(27a) Scottish Mutual Assurance
(27a) British Oak Insurance
(27) Austin Beales, coal merchants
This picture was taken on this day, 17th September, 2007.
The start of the UK financial crash and the first time there had been a run on a bank in the UK for well over 100 years. Savers queue to try and draw their savings out of the Northern Rock on Sidney Street in Cambridge. (DG)
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