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St Andrew's Street nos 26 - 30

26 St Andrew’s Street

History of 26 St Andrew's Street

1851: unnumbered

John Stevenson, 47, breadbaker, b Kent

May, 46, b Harston

Sarah Laurie, visitor, 28, servant, b Cambridge

Martha Huddlestone, 30, servant, b Waterbeach

George Langford, 24, journeyman baker, b Cambridge

George Mitchell, 17, bakers boy, b b Berks

John Thomas Hyde, 20, Emmanuel College scholar, b Surrey

Owen Marden, lodger, 21, Christs College scholar, b Sussex

………..

1861:

Charles Gray, 25, master baker

Harriette

Elizabeth Wrigglesworth, visitor, 27, b Yorks

Harriet Wellam, 20, servant, b Coton

George Frost, 23, journeyman baker, b Cambridge

Thomas Sharp, 18, errand boy, b Cambridge

Alfred Godson, 24, doctor of medicine?, b London

Joseph Milne, 19, student, b Lancs

………..

1871:

Charles Gray, 35, master baker and confectioner, b Cambridge

Harriette, 35, b Cambridge

Annie H, 8, b Cambridge

Arthur C, 4, b Cambridge

Emma Armitage, 19, b Cambridge

Robert Thurston, 33, journeyman baker, b Norfolk

Henry Hearne, 21, journeyman baker, b Chesterton

Alfred Denbridge, 14, errand boy, b Thurnford

……….

1881: Bakers shop

William Thurston, 31, confectioner

Emma

Ernest, 8 ms, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Graves, mother in law, 64, b Cottenham

Sarah A, sister in law, 27, b Cottenham

Roanden D H B Smith, lodger, 21, undergraduate, b Cornwall

Esther Braddy, 16, housemaid, b Little Wilbraham

Alice Ingrey, 19, servant, b Barton

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1891:

William Thurston, 40, confectioner

Emma

Sarah Millers, 21, cook, b Barrington

Eliza Wallis, 16, housemaid, b Stetchworth

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1901:

William Thurston, 52, confectioner, b Cambridge

Emma, 56, b Cottenham

Mabel Rickard, 19, servant, b Cambridge

………….

1911:

William Thurston, 62, confectioner, b Cambridge

Emma, 67, b Cottenham

Maud Lawrence, 23, servant, b Balsham

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1913:

William Thurston, baker and confectioner

1962:

Thornhills, bakers

26 St Andrew’s Street

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