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Public House (approx position)

History of Public House Wheeler Street

In 1851 there was a public house in Wheeler Street. In the census it is unnumbered but is one of three unnumbered properties between two numbered 4 and 9.

1851:

John Biggs, 49, publican, b Cambridge

Esther, 46, publican, b Teversham

Anne Aves, wife’s sister, 40, assistant in the house, b Teversham

Margaret Fuller, wife’s sister, 37, assistant in the house, b Teversham

Selna Biggs, niece, 16, hat trimmer, b Cambridge

Alfred Fuller, nephew, 14, errand boy, b Fulbourn

In 1841 John and Esther were in Hobson Street. Esther died in 1853.in 1861 John was living at 78 King Street.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

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