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True Blue Yard c1930 (MoC296/71)

16, 17, 18, True Blue Yard, Hobson Street

History of 16 Hobson Street

1861:

(16)

John Bailey, 49, iron moulder, b Norfolk

Mary Ann, 39, b Cambridge

(17)

Edward Minister, 15, carpenter, b Norfolk


1871:

(16)

Oliver Barrett, 25, labourer, b Cambridge

Louisa, 18, b Cambridge

Alfred, 11ms, b Cambridge

(17)

Shrieves, workshop

(18)

Charles Wheetly, 44, broker, b London

Fanny, 44, assistant, b London


1881:

(16)

Oliver Barrett, 40, market salesman, b Cambridge

Louisa, 29, b Cambridge

Alfred, 12, b Cambridge

Albert, 10, b Cambridge

Jessie, 7, b Cambridge

Walter, 3, b Cambridge

Harry, 5mos, b Cambridge

(17) vacant

(18) Charles Wheatley, widower, 56, curiosity dealer in works of art, b London


1891:

(16) Elizabeth Coe, 67, parish relief, b Cambridge

(17) used as workshop

(18) used as workshop


True Blue Yard, ‘Disappearing Cambridge from Hobson Street’ (MoC)

1901:

(16) uninhabited in occupation

(17) uninhabited in occupation

(18) uninhabited not in occupation

True Blue Yard: uninhabited not in occupation

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