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19 Trinity Street

History of 19 Trinity Street

1861

Mary A Edwards, 61,  widow, b Norfolk

Sarah A Burroughs, 50, companion, b Norfolk

Emma Goodchild, servant, 29, kitchen maid, b Norfolk

Rhoda Patten, servant, 24, housemaid, b Cambs

William Albert East, 20, lodger, student Trinity College, b Middlesex


1871


1881

Henry J Brown, head, 64, teacher of music, b Cambridge

Marianne, 65, b Bedford

Marianne, 40, b Cambridge

Clara Ford, servant, 17, b Chesterton

George Coates, head, 45, cab proprietor foreman, b Cambs

Elizabeth, 52, b Hunts

George W, 17, solicitor’s junior clerk, b Cambridge

Alice, 15, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Eliza Brittain, 46, aunt, widow, seamstress, b Hunts


1891


1901

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1911

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1913

Matthew and Son Ltd., wine, spirit & cigar merchants

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25/10/1935: The first new Morris 8-10 cwt light van in Cambridge has been supplied to Matthew and Sons Ltd of Trinity Street. It is revolutionary in its design with an offset engine mounting and a large rear opening for loading. The spare wheel, an eyesore on even the most attractive car, is neatly concealed in a carrier which incorporates the rear number plate. It has dipping headlights and traffic signal arms. The most remarkable feature is the price of £169 10s. in ship grey with blue or green paint three pound extra.(Cam. News)

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25/6/1953: Customers calling at the grocery department of Matthew and Son in Trinity Street, Cambridge, have been startled to find, in the midst of all the food displayed – a caravan! Strictly speaking, ‘caravanette’ is a more accurate description, for it is not much larger than an ordinary farm-car trailer. It can be hauled behind an 8 h.p. car or even a motor-cycle combination, yet provides ample sleeping accommodation for two people and has a miniature kitchen. Moderately priced, it is likely to prove one of the most popular models that Cambridge Caravans Ltd have produced. (Cam.News)

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