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29 Trinity Street, Post and Telegraph Office

History of 29 Trinity Street

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

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1871:

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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

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1891:

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1901:

Henry Hitzman, watchmaker

Matilda

Isabella, daughter, 23, b Cambridge

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

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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

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1913:

Mrs Hitzman, sub-postmistress

Sidney Hitzman, hairdresser

Hugh T L Roberts MA, barrister at law

G N Hooker, MS

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