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Robin Hood Inn, High Street, Cherry Hinton

History of the Robin Hood

1871: Robin Hood

Thomas Jeaves, 79, publican, b Bassingbourn

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1891: Robin Hood Inn

George Shanks, 47, carpenter and publican, b West Wickham

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1901: Robin Hood Inn

Thomas King, 51, publican, Cherry Hinton

Sarah, 50

Robin Hood Cott:

Harry King, 25, boiler smith’s labourer, b Cherry Hinton

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1911:

Sarah Levitt King, 60, keeper of beer house, b Cherry Hinton

Horace David, 20, platelayer, b Cherry Hinton

Sidney Albert, 16, helping at home with beer house, b Cherry Hinton

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1935:

David Day

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1939:

Arthur H Tabor, b 1884, publican

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