This is a location that was demolished to make way for Whewell Court in the early 1860s.
The Finch family had previously lived at the house which became the site of Mortlock’s bank at 14-16 Ben’e’t Street.
Charles Finch, 53, independent
Thomas Harding, 24, servant
Rhoda Lee, 30, servant
Sophia Maling, 24, servant
Anne Nightingale, 17, servant
Charles Finch, 63, gentleman, b Cambridge
Elizabeth Ann Ball, visitor, 29, farmer’s daughter, b Hackney
J R Hooell, visitor, 28, farmer, b Cambridge
John Howe, 25, servant, b Cambridge
Elizabeth Howlett, 38, servant, b Cambridge
Amelia Badcock, 27, servant, b Newmarket
Mary Cayle, 29, servant, b Cambs
Charles Finch, 73, magistrate of Cambridge retired tradesman, b Cambridge
Sarah, 71, b Burwell
George Hunan, servant, 32, footman, b Suffolk
Amelia A Badcock, 36, housemaid, b Suffolk
Mary Webster, 28, ladies maid, b Swavesey
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