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37 Trinity Street

History of 37 Trinity Street

Built 1861 (Pevsner)




Henry Beechey, lodger, 27, law student undergraduate, b India

George Sussum, head, 48, hosier, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 50, b Norfolk

George Andrew, 17, hosier’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Arthur, 15, b Cambridge

Annie Pike, 17, housemaid, b Essex

Eliza Starling, 19, servant, b Cambs



Ann Cornell, 62, widow, lodging housekeeper, b Norfolk

Ellen Mary Cornell, 26, daughter, single, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Sarah Cow [Cornell] Brown, 34, daughter, married, b Cambridge

Dorothy Isabella Brown, grand daughter, 1 1/2,  b Northants


Robinson’s Bicycle Show Rooms

Mrs Cornell, lodging house keeper


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