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Sell’s Court (Bakers Yard), Coronation Street

History of Sell's Court, Coronation Street

1871:

(1)

Charles Coleman, 32, farm labourer, b Trumpington

Rebecca, 27, wife, b Shelford

Robert E, 6, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 2, b Cambridge

Thomas R, 2 mos, b Cambridge

(2)

Edward Clee, 35, stone mason, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 37, dressmaker, b Kent

William, 14, b Cambridge

Edward, 9, b Herts

John, 4, b Cambridge

Horace, 1, b Cambridge

Archibald Drage, nephew, 7, b Kent

In 1881 the Clee family with Archibald were just round the corner at  49 Coronation Street

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1901:

(2) William Dring, 42, paper hanger, b Cambridge

Eliza, 34, b Cambs

Frederick, 8, b Cambridge

Gertrude, 4, b Cambridge

Florence, 1, b Cambridge

(3) Cornelius Poulter, 22, coal carman, b Cambridge

Alice, 24, b Cherry Hinton

Frederick, 1, b Cambridge

Dorothy, 2 mos,  b Cambridge

Milly Walls, granddaughter, 4, b Cherry Hinton

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1911:

(1) Eliza Driver, 52, laundress help, b Girton

Sidney George, 26, railway porter, b Cambridge

Frank William, 18, printers porter, b Cambridge

Lilly, 16, servant, b Cambridge

(2) Walter Woods, 54, farm labourer, b Melbourn

Ann, 55, b Essex

Christopher, 27, farm labourer, b Melbourn

Harry, 20, farm labourer, b Melbourn

William, 18, butchers boy, b Royston

May, 17, servant, b Royston

1913:

 

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