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Constable William Bond

7 Princes Street

History of 7 Princes Street


William Bond, 23, police constable, b Comberton

Elizabeth, 22, b Toft

Louisa, 2, b Comberton

[In 1861 William was a coprolite digger living with his family in Comberton. In 1881 the family were at 53 South Street.]


James Maltby, 80, shoemaker unable to work, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 75, college servant, b Chesterton

Edward, 47, labourer, b Cambridge


Edward Wallman, 29, cab driver, b Cambridge

Mary Susan, 30, b Cambridge

Edward George, 9, b Cambridge

Mary Elizabeth, 3, b Cambridge


John William Bennett, staff-sergeant 1st Cambridge Territorials


Joseph Carter


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