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5-6 Trinity Street

History of 5-6 Trinity Street

1761

Hattersley’s established (not known if at this location)

1850

1871

William H Hattersley, 52, grocer china glass dealer (empl. 8 persons), b Ely

Ann Edwards, friend, 68, widow, housekeeper, b Godmanchester

G W Hattersley, nephew, 16, clerk, b Stafford

Elizabeth Stubbings, 19, cook, b Gt Wilbraham

Esther Webb, 19, housemaid, b Cambs

William Maul, 14, house boy, b Cambridge

5 – 6 Trinity Street, Hattersley’s © Museum of Cambridge

5 – 6 Trinity Street, Hattersley’s © Museum of Cambridge


1881


1891


1901


1911

(5)

Frederick Johnson, 37, college servant, b Wicken

Sophia, 37, b Wicken

Reginald, 14, b Chesterton


1913

Hattersley Bros., grocers, china, glass, and lamp depot, wine, spirit, and bottle beer merchants

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