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Clock from the Three Pigeons, Cambridge Place

7 Cambridge Place, Three Pigeons

History of 7 Cambridge Place

1841

Robert Freeman, 40, publican

Sarah, 35,

James Willes, carpenter,

John Lambert, 25, cabinet maker


1851

Robert Freeman, 51, publican, b Soham

Sarah, 41, b Hunts


1861

Robert Freeman, 61, victualler, b Soham

Sarah, 59, b Hunts

Robert Bush, boarder, 21, agricultural laborer, b Milton

William Casborn, 21, agricultural laborer, b Downham


1871

Beer Shop

Sarah Freeman, widow, 55, beer shop keeper, b Hunts


1881

Harry Pluck, publican, b Wendon Essex

Emma

Harry, 13,

Emma, 11,

William,1,

William Morley, boarder, 24, bricklayer, b Norfolk


1891

Harry Pluck, widower,  48, publican Three Pigeons

Emma, 21, daughter, living at home, living at home, b Cambridge


1901

Henry Pluck, publican

Emma

Harriet Freestone, 18, general servant, b Cambridge


1911

Henry Pluck, 69, publican, b Audley End

Emma, 63, b Cambridge


1913

Three Pigeons public house

Harry Pluck

The pub closed in 1915. The grandfather clock belonged to Harry Pluck. It was made by Fletcher and Hitzman. Samuel Fletcher was based in Sidney Street around the 1830s and Joseph Hitzman lived at 21 Rose Crescent between 1847 and 1867.

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