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12-19 St Andrew's Street

18-19 St Andrew’s Street

History of 18-19 St Andrew's Street

1851:

(18?) unnumbered

Sally Henson, 46, lodging house keeper, b Suffolk

Jane, 15, b cambridge

Amelia, 11, b Cambridge

Henry, 9, b Cambridge

Frederick, 7, b Cambridge

Selina, 4, b Cambridge

(19?)

Henry Bunting, 25, college servant, b Fenstanton

Susan, 26, b Cherry Hinton

………….

1861:

(18)

John Christmas, 40, solicitor, b Cambridge

Sarah Richardson, 36, house servant, b St Ives

(19)

Joseph G Oliver, 73, tobacconist and tea dealer, b Rutland

Sarah, 42, artist in hair and pearl stringer, b Suffolk

Lucy, 31, artist in hair, b London

Joseph G, grandson, 4, b Cambridge

Henry Atkins, 42, clerk to auctioneer, b Cambridge

Emily Bevis, 18, house servant, b Chesterton

…………

1871: (18 & 19)

Henry Church, 36, chemist and druggist, b Herts

Ellen Rosa, 28, b Bucks

Edward H, 4, b Cambridge

Ellen Mary, 2, b Cambridge

Frank Thompson, 16, apprentice, b Suffolk

Ann Dean, 18, servant, Cambs

Rachel Allgood, 20, servant, b Coton

…………

1881: (19) Chemists Shop

Henry Church, 46, chemist

Ellen

Edward H

Ellen M, 12, b Cambridge

Frank

Charles H Morse, 26, assistant to chemist, b Herts

Arthur B Chater, 19, assistant to chemist, b essex

Mary A Brooks, 24, servant, b Norfolk

Mary A Dean, 18, servant, b Little Swaffham

…………..

1891: (19)

Henry Church, 56, chemist, b Herts

Ellen A, 49, b Bucks

Edward H, 24, chemists assistant, b Cambridge

Frank P, 18, solicitors pupil, b Cambridge

Louis White, 26, chemists assistant, b Soham

Elizabeth Holmes, 27, cook, b Cambridge

Mary Ann Gotobed, 27, housemaid, b Sutton

………….

1901: (18-19)

John Collin, 27, pharmaceutical chemist, b Kirtling

Harold A, 16, b Kirtling

Alice Staughton, housekeeper, 35, housekeeper, b Abbotsley

Ellen Watts, housemaid, 18, b Cherry Hinton

………….

1911:

Edward Harry Church, 44, pharmaceutical chemist, b Cambridge

James Alexander Sharpley, boarder, 27, pharmacist, b Lincs

Alice Staughton, housekeeper, 46, b Abbotsley

Daisy May Marsh, servant, 19, b Bottisham

……………

1913: (18/19)

Church & Son, pharmaceutical chemists

Edward H Church

……………………..

18-19 St Andrew’s Street

1962:

(18/19) G Peck and Son chemists

(19) United Friendly Insurance

(19) Miss M Jarvis

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