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26 Trinity Street (London & County Bank)

History of 26 Trinity Street

This is described by Pevsner as ‘the former London and County Bank, a pretty C17-cum-Art-Nouveau corner house, 1905-6 by Caröe.’


1861

Charles Wisbey, 52, auctioneer

Ann, 53, b Cambridge, b Cambridge

Charles, 27, auctioneer’s clerk, b Cambridge

William, 26, auctioneer’s clerk, b Cambridge

Catherine, 24, b Cambridge

Alfred, 22, auctioneer’s clerk, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 20, b Cambridge

George S Wisbey, 15, b Cambridge

Eliza Brown, 20, cook, b Balsham

Ashwell Thurgood, 17, housemaid, b Gt Wilbraham


1871


1881

Charles Wisbey, widower, 72, auctioneer valuer & estate agent, b Cambs

Elizabeth, 40, b Cambridge

Florence E Streetten, granddaughter, 10, b Chesterton

Naomi Woodhouse, 20, servant, b Cambridge

Ann Salmon, servant, 20, b West Wratting


1891

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1901

Gabriel Monel, 70, tailor & robemaker, b Cambridge

Alfred John Monel, 31, tailor’s cutter, b Chesterton

Kate Willson Monel, 23, b Chesterton

Anne Brazier, 32, servant, b Shepreth


1911

Edward Wade, 37, university lodging house keeper, b Herts

Margaret, 37, assisting in the business, b Scotland

Edward William, 7, b Northants

Margaret Rolph, 18, housemaid lodging house, b Cambs

daisy Howard, 17, kitchenmaid lodging house, b Cambs


1913

The Union of Lodnon and Smiths Bank Ltd: A Eliott Lockhart, manager

Faulkner & Sons, bootmakers

E Wade, lodging house keeper

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