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30 / 31 Sidney Street

History of 30 Sidney Street


Dennis Adams, widower, 47, general practitioner, b Over

Arthur Robinson, visitor, 31, gentleman annuitant, b Over

John Stanley, servant, 19, dispenser, b Cambs

Emma Crick, 29, housekeeper, b Balsham

Mary Crick, 24, cook, b Balsham

Mary Crick was to marry William Heffer who worked as groom for Dr Adams at All Saints’ Church in Jewry, May 28th 1868. They moved to a house in Ram Yard.

His time working for Dr Adams is described on pages 2-3 of his biography.


Sidney Street, date unknown, no 31 on right. (MoC17/55A)


William King

Clara Ann


William King, 30, cycle manufacturer, b Cherry Hinton

Clara A, 29, b Herts

Reginald W, 8, b Cambridge

Percy Frederick, 7, b Cambridge

Augustus, 2, b Cambridge

Alice Swann, 20, servant, b Cambridge

In 1898 the King family had been at 23 Sussex Street. In 1902 they were living at The Hatch, Garden Walk. In 1905 they were based at their shop and warehouse on Bridge Street.


Galloway & Porter, booksellers


Oliver Bonas


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