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5 St Andrew's Street 1870s (Cambridgeshire Collection)

5 St Andrew’s Street

History of 5 St Andrew's Street

Late 18th cent.


Thomas Wilson, 73, watchmaker and optician, b Hunts

Eliza Coales, sister in law, 52, housekeeper, b Northants

Thomas Launkison, great nephew, 22, watch maker, b Northants

Mary Ann Stringer, 23, shopwoman, b Chatteris

May Ann Anderson, 22, servant, b Lincs


Alfred Reed, 35, jeweller, b London

Elvia, 39,  b Cambridge

Herbert, 3, b Cambridge

Jessie, 1, b Cambridge

Jane, 9m, b Cambridge

Georgiana Rowlinson, 20, servant, b Stapleford

Mary A Batterson, 21, nurse maid, b Cambridge

Susan Elliott, 15, nursemaid, b Suffolk

1881: Painters shop

Robert Ellis, 72, plumber and glazier, b Cambridge

Mary E Reynolds, 45, house keeper, b Cambridge

Ann Tweed, 41, cook, b Suffolk

1891: (5)

Robert Ellis, 82, widower, plumber painter glazier, b Cambridge

Mary Reynolds, 56, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Ann Tweed, 52, cook, b Suffolk


(5) –


Susannah Curtis, joint head, 58, lodging house keeper, b Chesterton

Mary Rawlings, joint head, 62, lodging house keeper, b Swaffham


William James Hall, 50, college butler, , b Cambridge

Clara Ellen, 37, b Chesterton

Sydney William, 22, printer, b Cambridge

George Cecil Frederick, 14, b Cambridge

Charles Harold William, 11,  b Cambridge

Norman Edward, 8, b Cambridge


Favell, Ellis & Kirkman decorators and sanitary engineers

W Hall lodging house keeper


A Jones bootmakers Ltd

Wootten & Wallis solicitors


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