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36 Trinity Street

History of 36 Trinity Street


John Smith, 53, chemist and druggist, b Peterborough


Susan Smith, 85, widow of retired druggist, b Cambridge

Jane, 50, b Cambridge

Sarah Thompson, servant, 23, b Haslingfield

Daniel Middleton, 15, servant, b Cambridge

John Henry Leech ran the chemist’s shop from 1891 to October 1912. He married in 1898 and moved into 49 Glisson Road.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry



James Brutnell, 54, joiner, b Leics

Emily, 56, b Cambs

Thomas, 25, b Cambs, nervous depression

Leonard, 24, gas fitter, b Cambridge

Minnie, 16, b Cambs


Walter F Turner, dispensing chemist, optician and photographic dealer

1936, Blue Book


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