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53 Trumpington Street

History of 53 Trumpington Street

1851:

Frederick Smith, 22, confectioner, b Cambridge

Ann E, sister, 17, hosier’s daughter, b Cambridge

George Reed, 22, assistant confectioner, b Essex

Alfred Low, 19, confectioner’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Alfred Germaney, 14, confectioner’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Charles Hart, 20, assistant confectioner,  b Cambridge

Leonard C Brown, lodger, 27, tutor in classics and mathematics, b Bedford


1861:

Samuel David Colkett, 55, artist, b Norwich [died 1863]

Hamutal, 52, b Cambridge

Georeana [sic], 25, b Norwich

Victoria S, 20, b Norwich

Robert D Clarke; lodger, 21, undergraduate,

Fanny Lorulin, 16, servant,

[In 1851 the family were living in Regent Street, Great Yarmouth, not Cambridge]

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


1913:

T Barton, butcher

1962:

P O Reed, hairdresser

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