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Queens Arms and new Post Office site, St Andrew's Street, 1932 (MoC205/54)

8 St Andrew’s Street, The Queen’s Arms

History of 8 St Andrew's Street



John Ransom, 34, publican, b Suffolk

Emma, 35, b Suffolk

Mary M, 3, b Cambridge

1881 Queens Arms

Edward H Ellis, 26, publican, b Suffolk

Edith A, 21, b Great Gransden

1891 (8) Queens Arms

George S Cooper, 29, licensed victualler, b Cambridge

Louisa A, 25, b Cambridge


George Harry Craft, 35, licensed victualler, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 35, b Cambridge

Winifred M, 1, b Cambridge

1911 The Queens Alms [sic]

George R Reeve, 42, manager public house, b Lincs

Martha Reeve, 36, b Surrey

William Charles Thomas Longhurst, 11, b Surrey


Charles E Payne


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