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Montagu House, (24 – 21), Sussex Street

History of Montagu House, Sussex Street



Jeremiah J Leonard, 41, hardwareman, b Berks

Susanna, 30, b Cambridge

Janet A, 8, b Cambridge

Thomas A Driver, brother in law, 21, gentleman, b Cambridge

Isabella Cracknell, servant, 20, b Cambs

Henry B Germany, servant, 16, shopman, b Cambridge

Joseph Hart, servant, 14, shop boy, b Cambridge


Thomas Groom, 42, master bootmaker, b Herts

Sarah, 40, b Royston

Sarah A, 8, b Cambridge

Jessie, 3, b Cambridge

Philip H, 2, b Cambridge

Thomas Loote, apprentice, 19, shoe maker, b Herts

Elizabeth Morden, 18, servant, b Northants


James Newman, 54, coffee house keeper, b Bottisham

Susan R, 53, b Hartston

Charles Nixon, lodger, 53, commercial traveller, b Middlesex


Peter Harris, widower, 59, dyer, b Essex

James, 32, dyer, b Norfolk

Caroline, daughter in law, 30, b London

Elizabeth, granddaughter, 6, b London

Josiah, grandson, 5, b London

William, grandson, 3, b London



William King

Clara Ann

In 1892 the King family were at Fern Villa Mill Road. In 1900 they were at 30 Sidney Street.

Notes on William Kings Life 1870

Cycle Manufacturer and Motor Sales and repairs business owner


Few and Kester, solicitors

Frank Elworth, solicitor




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