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116 – 120 Sedgwick Street

History of 116-120 Sedgwick Street

1891:

John Holland, 39, general dealer, b Cambridge [in 1901 the Holland family were based at 26a Petty Cury where John was a general dealer and William was a ‘yeast traveller’]

Catherine, 29, b Cambridge [In 1894 Catherine founded her yeast distribution business according to her grandson Frank.]

William, 6, b Cambridge

John Ayres, 13, nephew, b Cambridge

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1901:

Harry Ellam, 25, GER telegraph labourer, b Shelford

Agnes Edith, 24, b Newton

Winifred Edith, 2, b Cambridge

Gladys Agnes, 4 mos, b Cambridge

George Howard, father in law, 71, widower, general builder’s labourer, b Eltisley

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1911:

William John Holland, 26, traveller in yeast, b Cambridge [in 1901 he was a ‘yeast traveller’ living with his parents at 26a Petty Cury; in 1939 the family were at 68 Windsor Road, and in 1962 at 213 Mill Road]

Harriett Edith, 26, b Cambridge

Frederick John Holland, 1, b Cambridge

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1913:

(116) William John Holland , carman

(118-120) Mrs J Holland, marine storehouse

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1962:

(116) John Cross

(120) John Henry Pettitt, general stores

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