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29 Trinity Street, Post and Telegraph Office

History of 29 Trinity Street

Three storey house with attic, built in the middle of the 18th cent. and nearly doubled in depth in the 19th cent.

1861

Richard Hutt, 63, bookseller, b Cambridge

Harriett, 50

Harriett S, 22, b Cambridge

Catherine M, 19, governess, b Cambridge

Eliza Ann, 18, governess, b Cambridge

Helen R, 15, b Cambridge

Thomas G, 13, b Cambridge

Alfred G, 11, b Cambridge

Frances G, 10, b Cambridge

Harriet Rayner, 21, servant, b Trumpngton

Sarah Harding, 21, servant, b Burwell

Robert S Blofield, lodger, 22, batchelor of arts, b Norfolk


1871


1881

Harriett Hutt, widow, 70, bookseller, b Haddenham

John S, 37, step son, bookseller, b Cambridge

Catherine M, daughter, teacher of music, b Cambridge

Eliza A, 36, daughter, school mistress, b Cambridge

Francis G, 30, son, bookseller’s assistant, b Cambridge

Elizabeth M Waters, visitor, 21, b Haddenham

Anne Collins, servant, 18, b Shepreth

Polly Banks, servant, 17, b Fen Ditton


1891


1901

Henry Hitzman, watchmaker

Matilda

Isabella, daughter, 23, b Cambridge

Henry F Baxter, boarder, 86, retired, b Oxford


1911

Henry Hitzman, 70, watchmaker, b Fulbourn

Matilda, 65, b Cambridge

S H P Hitzman, daughter, 32, b Cambridge

D Finsey, 18, female, servant, b Toft


1913

Mrs Hitzman, sub-postmistress

Sidney Hitzman, hairdresser

Hugh T L Roberts MA, barrister at law

G N Hooker, MS

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