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Cherry Hinton High Street OS 1885 annotated

14 – 24 High Street, Cherry Hinton

History of 14 - 24 High Street, Cherry Hinton

The original properties at this location all disappeared some time after WWII.


David Patten, 23, labourer, b Fulbourn

Joseph Jaggard, 39, attendant on insane, b Boro Green

Ann Hurry, 62, laundress, b Cherry Hinton

David Clark, 26, labourer, b Fulbourn

John Mason, 70, green grocer, b Cherry Hinton


Bakers Shop

Ebb Root, 30, baker, b Cherry Hinton


Philip Dawson, 49, carpenter, b Cherry Hinton

George Tabor, 48, labourer, b Cherry Hinton

David Fuller, 27, platelayer, b Cherry Hinton

Henry Barker, 63, labourer, b Fulbourn



George K Patten, 41, farm labourer

George Layton, 67, painter

Ebenezer Root, 42, baker

Albert Minnett, 30, asylum attendant

Joseph Jaggard, 47, lunatic attendant

Charles H Smith, 29, grocer



George Patten, 51, bricklayer, b Cherry Hinton

George Layton, 79, retired, b Cherry Hinton

Mrs Root, house and bakehouse, 45, assisting in the business, b Surrey

Mr William Walter Jackson, cottage, 27, market gardener, b Cherry Hinton

Mr Joseph Jaggard, cottage, 57, pensioner from asylum, b Dullingham

Mr Charles  Howard  Smith, house and shop, 38, grocer, b Meldreth



14: The Steppes

Jack Buttress



Mrs A Root

Arthur Root, baker



Walter W Jackson



James Jaggard



Mrs Maria Smith, grocery stores




18: Arthur Root, b 1888, baker


20: Walker Jackson, b 1884, coal caretr


22: James Jaggard, b 1888, gardener (Army pension)


24: Charlotte Smith, b 1867




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