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Mill Road looking east; entrance to Mill Road cemetery foreground; junction with Emery Street mid ground left. Locomotive PH right foreground.

44 (4) Mill Road, The Locomotive

History of 44 Mill Road

The Locomotive is right foreground in the photo.

1851: Peter Davey (Gardner’s)

1852: Peter Davies (Slaters Directory)

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1861: (4)

Jonas Butler, publican, 49, b Cambs
Rebecca Butler, wife, 45, b Harston
Joseph Burgess, lodger, general labourer, 36, Fowlmere
William Chamber, lodger, painter, 22, b Downham

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1869: John Wilson (Post Office Directory)

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1871: (4)

John Barton, publican, 50, b Cambridge
Jessie Barton, 54, b Dullingham

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1879: Charles Lamberton (Kellys)

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1881: (4)

James Charles Lamberton, inn keeper, 48, Kent
Elizabeth Lamberton, 42, b Cambridge
Rosa Osborn, niece, 13, b London
Alice Stearn, servant, 18, b Great Shelford

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1883: James Charles Lamberton (Kellys)

1888: Richard G Johnson (Kellys)

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1891: (4) The Locomotive

Elizabeth Lamberton, 48, licensed victualler, b Cambridge

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1892: Fred Woods (Kellys)

1896: Frederick Osborne (Kellys)

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1901: The Locomotive

Harry Mayling, 27, licensed victualler, b Bucks

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1904: Joseph Streeter (Kellys)

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1913: Joseph Streeter (Spalding)

1916: James Brown (Kellys)

1933: Frederick Charles Phillips (Kelly’s)

1962: The Locomotive Tavern

44 Mill Road (2014 David Betts)

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