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St Andrew's Street, date unknown (photo J Johnson) (Cambridgeshire Collection) Catling & son on right side

6 St Andrew’s Street

History of 6 St Andrew's Street

Late 18th cent.


John Cooch, 35, ironmonger

William Rowton, 20, servant

George Peck, 15, apprentice

Elizabeth Lane, 20, servant


John Cooch, 49, ironmonger



George, 9, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 8, b Cambridge

John S, 4,

Elizabeth Lofts, 19, cook in kitchen, b Linton

Martha Ward, 16, house maid, b Cambridge


John Cooch, 59, ironmonger employing 2 men, b Godmanchester

Ann, 53, b Great Paxton

Eliza M, 20, b Cambridge

John 14, b Cambridge

William, 8, b Cambridge

Sophia Unwin, 39, servant, b Stapleford

1871 Inland Revenue Office

Thomas Woods, 49, office porter, b Derby

Elizabeth Wood[s], 49, college bedmaker, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Crane, 11, servant, b Cambridge

1881 Inland Revenue office

Edwin Dennis, 39, brewer, b Beds

Fanny, 37, b Gamlingay

Alice L, 17, pupil teacher, b Gamlingay

Arthur E, 4, b Cambridge





Catling and Son, auctioneers

Ernest Vinter, solicitor

H D Catling

J H Gosset

Rupert Fuller

Cambridge Antiquarian Society Office


Catling Brady and Bliss, estate agents

Metson & Bradford, solicitors

6 St Andrew’s Street, 1972, (MoC)



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