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Scotland Road west OS 1925

7 – 19 Scotland Road

History of 9 - 19 Scotland Road

Approx. location according to 1901 OS map

1891 unnumbered

James Rush, 27, ag.lab., b Longstanton


Charles Moule, 50, gen. dealer, b Chesterton


Laura Franklin, 23, laundress, b Cambridge


William Mansfield, 33, ag.lab., b Chesterton


Walter Nelson, 54, shepherd, b Chesterton


Benjamin Brown, 44, gravel digger, b Chesterton


William Bain, 27, college servant, b Peterborough


Elizabeth Chapman, 72, living on her own means, b Chesterton


William Cuttinge, 39, labourer, b Waterbeach


19, Scotland Road, Broton Cottages

Alfred Phillips, 36, labourer, b Chesterton


17, Scotland Road, Broton Cottages

James Driver, 32, railway labourer, b Chesterton


15, Scotland Road

Joseph Farrington, 44, maltster labourer, b Cambridge


13, Scotland Road

Benjamin Brown, 57, foreman roadman, b Chesterton


11, Scotland Road

William Downham, 57, horsekeeper, b Norfolk


9, Scotland Road

Nellie Mansfield, 26, laundress, b Chesterton


7, Scotland Road

together with 9


(19) Alfred Phillips, 46, labourer, b Chesterton


(17) Robert Chapman, 39, none invalid, b Chesterton


(15) Arthur Norfield, 50, farm labourer, b Chesterton


(13) Benjamin Brown, 64, labourer, b Milton


(11) William Downham, 67, farm labourer, b Westleigh Cambs


(9) George William Downham, 40, labourer, b Chesterton



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