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Red Lion Inn, 20 Mill End Road, Cherry Hinton

History of the Red Lion Inn, Cherry Hinton

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: it consists of a main range with a slightly lower wing across the western end, all of the 16th century.

1869 Robert Lagdon (Post Office Directory)


Robert Lagdon, Gardener & Publican, 36, b Cherry Hinton
Edith, 39, b Fulbourn
Rosa, Laundress, 14, b Cherry Hinton
Sophia, Laundress, 11, b Cherry Hinton
Ellis, Laundress, 10, b Cherry Hinton
Robert, 7, b Cherry Hinton
Henry, 5, b Cherry Hinton
Lydia, 3, b Cherry Hinton
Elizabeth, 1, b Cherry Hinton

1879 James Parr (Kellys)

1883 Charles Parr (Kellys)


Samuel Ling, Bricklayer & Publican, 44, b Norfolk
Phebe, 44, b Haddenham
Horace, Compositor, 17,  b Haddenham
Agnes, 13,  b Haddenham
Sidney, 11, b Cherry Hinton
William Seargeant, Boarder, Blacksmith, 32, b Cottenham

1892 Samuel Ling (Kellys)

1896 Samuel Ling (Kellys)

1904 Albert Quinney (Kellys)

1916 Joseph Allington (Kellys)




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