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49/50 Cambridge Place

History of 49/50 Cambridge Place

1841

(50)

William Cook, 40, carpenter

Mary, 40,

Sarah, 8,

Catherine, 7,

Harriet, 6,

William Braithwaite, 15,

John Webber, 40, sawyer


1851

Samuel Turner, 40, boot closer


1861

Samuel N Turner, 50, publican, b Linton

Mary, 58, b Cambridge

William Brown, boarder, 27, railway servant engine cleaner, b Middlesex


1871

???? Bells Public House

John Maskall, 35, blacksmith and publican, b Cambs

Harriet, 30, b Cambs

Agnes, 12, b Cambs

George, 10, b Cambs

Minnie, 8, b Cambs

Louisa, 2, b Cambs


1881

James Hagger, 44, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Emma, 40, b Cambridge

James, 17, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Lidda, 7, b Cambridge

Charles Hingrey, boarder, 44, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Anne Hingrey, 41, b Cambridge

William Hingrey, son, 14, b Cambridge

Herbert, son, 11, b Cambridge

Anne, daughter, 7, b Cambridge

Tom Faber, boarder, 45, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Harry Hall, boarder, 37, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Charles Aldridge, 44, boarder, farm labourer, b Cambridge

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