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Entry to Post Office Terrace as well 4 & 5 St Andrew's Street

4, Post Office, St Andrew’s Street

History of 4 St Andrew's Street

Late 18th cent. with 19th cent. additions.

1851 unnumbered

James Turner, 34, postmaster of Cambridge

Sally, 28, b London

Edward, 1

Julia, 2m

Jane Beddome, 56, shareholder in Insurance Company, b London

Mary Ann Day, 21, cook and housemaid, b Melbourn

Sarah Casburn, 19, nursemaid, b Burwell

Elizabeth Edwards, 16, nursery girl, b Babraham

1861 Post Office

James Turner, 45, head post master Cambridge

Edward, 11, b Cambridge

Julia, 10,

George, 8,

Frances Trayban, 41, governess, b Cambridge

Ann Collins, 22, cook, b Landbeach

1871 Post Office

James Turner, 54, head postmaster Cambridge

Julia, 20, b Cambridge

George, 18, b Cambridge

Elvia Willson, 30, servant, b Duxford

Jessie Parr, 15, housemaid,  b Burwell

1881 Post Office

James Turner, 64, the Postmaster of Cambridge

Edward, 31, barrister at law

Alice Willson, 33, cook, b Cambs

Alice Tredzel, 19, housemaid, b Great Shelford


James H Turner, 75, postmaster of Cambridge, b Cambridge

Edward, 41, Barrister at Law Middle Temple, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Chapman, cook, 34, b Burwell

Martha Lawrence, 25, b housemaid, b Wimblingdon


Charles Clark, 34, college porter, b Cambridge

Emma M, 38, lodging house keeper, b Cambridge

Sidney G, 10, b Cambridge

Albert E, 7, b Cambridge

Reginald, 5, b Cambridge

Elsie B V, 3, b Cambridge

Annie Clayton, servant, 24, b Burwell


Coote and Warren, coal merchants C C Flitton manager

C W Clark University lodging house

S G Clark


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