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St Andrew's Street nos 26 - 30

28 St Andrew’s Street

History of 28 St Andrew's Street

1851:

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Thomas Baines, 49, groom of Trinity College, b Rutland

Elizabeth, 50, b Hunts

Thomas B, 20,  b Cambridge

Emma, 17, straw bonnet maker, b Cambridge

Alfred, 15, b Cambridge

Eliza, 13, b Cambridge

William, 11, b Cambridge

Mary Ruddel, niece, 19, straw bonnet maker, b Rutland

 

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Maria Wilkins, 58, annuitant, b Wisbech

Richard, 20, undergraduate, b Northants

…………

1861:

Philip E Gray, 29, coal agent, b Northants

Harriett, 28, b Cambridge

Phillip H, 9m, b Cambridge

James Gunhill, lodger, 24, undergraduate, b Lincs

………….

1871:

Thomas Holdsworth, 43, tailor employing 6 workpeople, b Suffolk

Sarah, 40, b Northants

William, 20, tailor, b Cambridge

Ellen, 16, b Cambridge

Catherine, 14, b Cambridge

Alfred, 9, b Cambridge

Susan Thorpe, mother in law, 64, formerly laundress, b Cambridge

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1881: tobacco shop

Courteney Colman, 28, tobacconist, b Cambridge

Alice, 21, b Dullingham

Alfred, 8,

Harriet, mother, 54, music seller, b Canterbury

Elizabeth Willis, 15, servant, b Shelford

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1891:

Frederick Gower, 44, tobacconist, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 35, b Surrey

Florence E, 13, b Cambridge

Frederick, 8, b Cambridge

Mary, mother, 75, living on own means, b Suffolk

Bertha Coe, 24, servant, b Cherry Hinton

………….

1901:

Frederick Gower, 54, tobacconist, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 44, b Surrey

Florence, 23, family governess, b Cambridge

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1911:

Sarah Smith, 69, lodging house keeper, b Norfolk

Hannah Sarah, 48, b Histon

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1913:

F G Langley, tobacconist

1962:

F G Langley, tobacconist

Peters, Elworthy & Moore, chartered accountants

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