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15 Trinity Street

History of 15 Trinity Street

Trinity Street circa no.15

Three storeys with cellars and attics, built in the first half of the 18th cent.


John Thurlbourn,


John R, 25, tailor & robemaker, b Cambridge

Alfred B, 23, bachelor of arts, b Cambridge

Isabel A M, 20, b Cambridge

Catherine S, 16,  b Cambridge

Harietta, 14, b Cambridge

Susanna Parker, servant, 23, b Rampton


Thurlbourn’s 15 Trinity Street c 1870 (Cambridgeshire Collection)

15 Trinity Street (MoC20/76)


John Thurlbourn, 66, tailor & robe maker, b Cambridge

Sussana, 70, b Cambridge

Frank L Edwards, grandson, 9, b Coventry

Leonie Roger, governess, 18, b France

Sarah E Corile, servant, 25, b Shelford



Susannah Thurlbourn, widow, 90, university robe maker, b Cambridge

Anna Coe, nurse, 26, b Norfolk

Harriet Layton, servant, 53, b Newnham


William James Starte, 31, wholesale draper’s assistant, b Cambridge

Sarah Ann, 31, b Histon

Alexander William, 6, b Cambridge

Gladys Anne, 2, b Cambridge


Thurlbourn & Son, tailors and robemakers

Alex Nelson


Trinity Restaurant


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