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33 Trumpington Street

33 Trumpington Street

History of 33 Trumpington Street

1891:

John Ayers, 51, Perambulator Manufacturer, born Southsea, Hants

Louisa Harriet Ayers, 48, born Southsea, Hants

Margaret Fanny Ayers, 16, apprentice, born Cambridge

Arthur Ernest Ayers, 13, scholar, born Cambridge

Robert Breaks Ayers, 9, scholar, born Cambridge

Annie  Phyllis Ayers, 6, scholar, born Cambridge

Mabel Pinkard Ayers, 11 months, born Cambridge

The family previously lived on Sturton Street, where John worked as a whitesmith.

1913:

Ayers Bros, cycle agents and invalid chair manufacturers

1962:

Stuart tailor (E Rutter proprietor)

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