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The Man Loaded with Mischief

The Man Loaded with Mischief, 34 Madingley Road

History of the Man Loaded with Mischief

An original sign for this pub is in the Cambridge Folk Museum

OS map 1898 Madingley Road

1851:

John Rowell (Gardner’s)

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1904:

Frederick William Wallis (Kellys)

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1906: John Samuel Chittock (Daughters Christening record)

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1911: The Mischief

John Henry Hazlewood, police pensioner picensed pictualler, 53, b Northants
Mary Hazlewood,  assisant, 52, b Brecon
Doris Evelina Mary Hazlewood, daughter, 10, b London

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1913: The Man Loaded with Mischief

Benjamin John Pry

A J Burgess, resident manager, Old Brewery

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1916: The Man Loaded with Mischief

Benjamin John Pry

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1962: The Man Loaded with Mischief

Nicholas B Bebbington

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