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Knight and Mortlock alms houses, Jesus Lane, 1844.

64 Jesus Lane, Rhadegund Terrace, Knight and Mortlock almshouses

History of 64 Jesus Lane

64 – 69 Jesus Lane was the original site of the Knight and Mortlock almshouses that were moved in 1880 to King Street.


Ann Ogle, 67, inmate K & M alms house, b Cambridge


Maria Leech, widow, 64, lodging house keeper

Maria A, 38, schoolmistress, b Scotland

John H, chemist, 30,  b Warwicks

Elizabeth S, 28, b Warwicks

Henry S, 20, schoolmaster, b Camberwell

Agnes Beaumont, 16, servant b Horningsea

[In 1901 Maria Leech was living at 31 Humberstone Road;

in 1881 the Leech family were at 6 Brunswick Walk]


Mrs S Germany, lodging house keeper


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