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9 Trinity Street

History of 9 Trinity Street

In the 13th century this site was the property of an Archdeacon of Ely and came to be used by Peterhouse students. Later it was merged with 10 Trinity Street to create Bordon’s Hostel until 1539.

See Green Street

On the corner of Rose Crescent, house has three storeys, cellar and attics. The Trinity Street side is from the second half of the 18th cent.



Henry Richard Wiseman, 58, bookbinder employing 10 men and 11 ???, b Cambridge


Noah Galley Squire, 26, tailor & robemaker, b Chesterton

Alice Jane, 24, b Canada

Harry Noah, 5, b Cambridge

William Harold, 3, b Cambridge

Orva Applin, son, 2, b Cambridge

Bertie Rowland, 6 mos, b Cambridge

Robert Palk, boarder, 23, law student, b London






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