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27 Trinity Street

History of 27 Trinity Street

1861

Ann Rowe, 61, wine merchant & hosier employing 4 men and 1 boy, b Scotland

Alfred W Rowe, 23, B A Trinity College, b Cambridge

Louisa A Rowe, 18, b Cambridge

Sarah E Evans, 18, parlour maid, b Girton

Frances Pledger, 30, cook, b Cambridge

Martha Bradford, 28, housemaid, b Bottisham


1881

Frederick A Rowe, 46, wine and spirit merchant, b Cambridge

Sophia H, 41, b Cambridge

Hubert F, 10, b Cambridge

Elsie M, 9, b Cambridge

Cyril F, 6, b Cambridge

Constance E, 4, b Cambridge

John St C, 2, b Cambridge

Emily E, sister in law, 50, independent, b Northants

Frederick R Bacon, brother in law, 49, tobacconist, b Cambridge, deaf & dumb

Sarah Deacon, servant, 36, b Norfolk

Mary E Nunn ,  servant, 24, b Sutton

Julia Chapple, servant, 19, b Gt Wilbraham


1891

Harry F Emmerson, 38, traveller, b Cambridge

Ada E, 27, b Cambridge

Claude Victor, 3, b Cambridge (killed 1917)

Edith A Squires, 19, servant, b Cambridge


1901

James B Rampling, 48, draper’s manager, b Essex

Alice, 48, b Suffolk

Stanley, 18, surgical instrument maker’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Mary Hilda, 16, draper’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Elizabeth M A Game, servant, 16, b Cambridge

28/12/1943: Stanley Rampling, dies; was surgical appliance maker, Market Street (Cam.News)


1911

Joseph H Board, 35, district manager life assurance, b Hull

Louisa M, 44, lodging house keeper, b London

Estella L Blackmore, step daughter, 19, teacher, b London

Harold A Blackmore, step son, 13, b Bristol

Margaret Palmer, 21, servant, b Brington [?]


1913

Whitmore & Co., wine , spirit, ale and porter merchants, and at Downing Street, and Market Hill

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