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23 – 24 St Andrew’s Street

History of 23 - 24 St Andrew's Street

According to 1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of  Cambridge, no. 24 is of three storeys. It was built early in the 18th century.

1841: unnumbered

Thomas Wicks, 65, cook

Rose, 60

Jane Booth, 20, servant

Mary Savill, 20. servant

…………

1851:

(23?) Unnumbered

Thomas Wicks, 76, cook Emmanuel College, b Cambridge

Rose, 73, b Horningsea

Charlotte Townsend, 30, servant, b Little Shelford

Sarah Day, 31, b Stansford

(24?) Unnumbered

James William Pryor, 28, solicitor, b Cambridge

Sarah Freeman, 53, b Hunts

Sarah Beeter, 20, housemaid, b Madingley

………….

1861:

(23)

Joseph Wentworth, 33, auctioneer and appraiser, b Cambridge

Ellen Grace, 25, b London

Constance, 3, b Cambridge

Ada Augusta, 8m, b Cambridge

Rebecca Ambrose, 24, cook, b Willingham

Harriett Stapleton, 20, nursemaid,  b Norfolk

Ellen Miller, housemaid, b Arrington

(24)

Isaac Weaver, 68, fruiterer, b Somerset

Maria, 63, b Norwich

Susan, 26, b Cambridge

Henry Day French, 19, lodger, undergraduate, b Norfolk

Herbert S Francis, 23, lodger, graduate, b Lambeth

………….

1871:

(23)

James Beck, 42, general practitioner, b Bombay India

Elizabeth, 34, b Beds

James W, 5, b Cambridge

Edith, 1, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Gunton, visitor, 34, b Cambs

G A Gunton, 12, b Cambs

Agnes E Gunton, 9, b Cambs

Harriett Bedford, 18, servant, b Hunts

Mary Ashbury, 20, b Chesterton

(24)

Eliza Gosnold, 66, widow of Lieut James Gosnold R.N., b Melbourn

Mary A, 27, b Melbourn

Charles S Weir, lodger, 51, barrister, b Middlesex

………….

1881:

(23)

Askew Wilson, 36, sergeant at mace, b Trumpington

Mary A, 28, b Girton

Charles W, 4, b Cambridge

Ellen C, 11m, b Cambridge

(24)

Robert Ayres, 40, painter, b Liverpool

Mary A, 40, b Meldreth

Charles E Boyer, lodger, 21, gentleman, b Yorks

……………

1891:

(23)

Hedley Burgess, 29, printseller, b Bucks

Tabitha, mother, 50, b Bucks

Emily Tucker, 15, servant, b Cambridge

(24)

William J Hall, 30, waiter, b Cambridge

Caroline, 27, b Cambridge

Ethel May, 6, b Cambridge

Rita V, 3, b Cambridge

Sydney, 2, b Cambridge

Kate Cooper, 13, servant, b Longstanton

………………

1901:

(23)

Marion Ingle, 87, b Cambridge

Marian, 47, milliner, b Cambridge

Kezia, 43, b Cambridge

Amy Humphrey, 37, b London

(24)

William James Hall, 40, butler, b Cambridge

Clara Ellen M, 27, b Chesterton

Ethel May, 17, b Cambridge

Rita Lilian H, 13, b Cambridge

Sydney William, 17, b Cambridge

George C F, 4, b Cambridge

Charles Harold W, 1, b Cambridge

………………

1911:

(23)

James William Pearl, 48, engineer fireman, b Castle Camps

Suzannah, 48, b Hunts

Florence Elizabeth, 24, dress maker, b Cambridge

Cambridge Fire Brigade’s early fire fighters

(24)

Jesse Lewis, 28, paperhanger and painter, b Cambridge

Lizzie Mabel, 26, b Coton

Reginald, 4, b New Cherry Hinton

……….

1913:

(23)

Scotch Wool and Hosiery Store

A A Walker, solicitor

(24)

Coulson and Co, theatrical costumiers

Arthur Wright, solicitor, deputy coroner

……….

1962:

(23)

G H Jacob & Son, outfitters

Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society

(23-25)

Careers Research and Advisory Centre

(24)

Coal Utilisation Council

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