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Constable William Bond

South Street

History of South Street

South Street is a road that disappeared with the development of the Anglia Ruskin University site. It originally ran in between and parallel with Bradmore and Broad Streets.

In 1913 on the north side were nos. 1-55 and on the south side nos. 2 – 64.



George Tredgett, 39, gardener, b Castle Camps

Mary, 39, b Bottisham

Harvey, 18, assistant gardener, b Bottisham

Betsy, 16, b Bottisham

Ebenezer, 14, b Bottisham [in 1881 Ebenezer was living with his family on the Histon Road at the Ainger Nursery]

Mary A, 12, b Cambridge



Charles Chiddenton, 40, police constable, b Cambridge

Phoebe, 41, b Sussex

Frederick C, 12, b Cambridge

See Mill Road Cemetery

[Phoebe died in 1876 and in 1877 Charles married Martina Stapleton. In 1881 they were living at 30 Kingston Street.]



William Bond, 33, police constable, b Comberton

Elizabeth, 32, b Toft

Louisa, 12, b Toft

Elizabeth A, 9, b Cambridge

Emily, 6, b Cambridge

William, 3, b Cambridge

Frederick F, 1, b Cambridge

[The Bond family were previously at 7 Princes Street. In 1891 they were at 8 Great Eastern Street.]



William Norden, 65, blacksmith, b Cambs

Betsy, 60, b Cambridge

Charles, 27, b Cambridge

Charles John Norden: Private 3097, 1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Died of wounds 23rd September 1916. Enlisted Cambridge. Buried in DOULLENS COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION No. 1, Somme, France. Plot IV. Row F. Grave 12. See also Cambridge Guildhall. (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)



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