The Merry Boys was situated at 11 St John Street. This pub was present by 1830, at which time it was called the Three Merry Boys. By the mid-1850s it was tied to the long-gone Thompson’s Lane Brewery of Cambridge. It survived until at least 1895.
James F Marshall, 31, wine and spirit merchant, b Trumpington
Watkin Bird, fruiterer and florist
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