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Osborne Arms

108 Hills Road, The Osborne Arms (42)

History of 108 Hills Road

1839 (from Robsons Directory) Elizabeth Free

1849 (London Gazette 18/1/1850) Abraham Prime formerly licensed victualler now a prisoner in Cambridge County Gaol

1851 (Gardner’s Directory) James Greenfield

1852 (Gardner’s Directory)  Abraham Prime

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1861

Frederick Newman, 29, innkeeper, b Cambridge

Rebecca, 27, b Burwell

Alexandrina J, 5, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 4, b Cambridge

Minnie, 3, b Cambridge

Lucy, 6ms, b Cambridge

William Fuller, father in law, 65, retired, b Burwell

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1871:

James Conquest, 46, licensed victualler, b St Ives

Sarah, 43, b Cambs

William, 21, cab driver, b St Ives

Sarah A, 18, b St Ives

Alfred J, 12, b Cambridge

Walter, 10, b Cambridge

Julia, 8, b Cambridge

George, 3, b Cambridge

Emily, 3ms, b Cambridge

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1881: (42 Osborne Arms)

John Ransom, 44, innkeeper, b Bury St Edmunds

Emma, 45, b Suffolk

Mary M, 13, b Cambridge

Willie C, 9, b Cambridge

Mary Partridge, mother in law, widow, 73, nurse, b Suffolk

Thomas Abbott, visitor, 67, miner, b Wisbeach (sic) [Wisbech]

(In 1871 John Ransom was a publican living at 8 St Andrews Street with his family)

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1891: (108 Osborne Arms)

Samuel Gresty, 50,  licensed victualler, b Shropshire

Jane, 52, b Cheshire

Herbert, 16, apprentice, b Manchester

Edith, 14, b Cheshire

Walter, 13, b Cheshire

Minnie, 10, b Cheshire

John, 8, b Cheshire

Herbert Brightwell, lodger, 40, pedler (sic) [peddlar],  b London

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1901: (108)

Jesse Cheeseman, 46, gardener domestic, b Sussex

Emily, 46, b Surrey

Alice, 23, b Surrey, barmaid

William, 18, gardener domestic, b Surrey

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1911:

Frederick Carter, 46, publican, born Worcs.

Catherine Henry, 40, assist in business, born Worcs

Olive May, 18, assist in business, born Hants

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1913:

Henry Flack, The Osborne Arms

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1916:

Edward Wallman

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1933:

Herbt. George Watling

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