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1 – 4 Trumpington Road

History of Trumpington Road

In 1861 there were four house between Lensfield Road and Saxon Street that seem to have disappeared by 1871.


Elizabeth Esther Bridges, 40, proprietor of houses, b Cambridge



Philip Saggers Knowles, 37, solicitor’s managing clerk, b Bottisham



James Nutter, 43, miller master employing 7 men and 1 boy, b Cambridge

Emma, 44, b Cambridge

Fanny Susannah, 20, b Grantchester

Agnes Tryphena, 18, b Grantchester

James, 11, b Grantchester

Smith, 10, b Grantchester

Ruth, 8, b Grantchester

Martha, 5, b Grantchester

Lucyanne, 4, b Cambridge

Helen Gertrude, 9 mos, b Cambridge

Anne Kettle, 28, cook, b Bottisham

Emma Knighton, 19, housemaid, b Waterbeach

Eliza Muggleton, 18, nursemaid, b Quy

Anne Heffer, 15, under nursemaid, b Grantchester

In 1851 the Nutter family were at Grantchester Mill

In 1871 James Nutter was in Gold Street.

In 1881 James Nutter was at 2 Brookside, Beech House. This could be the same house, or it could have been a new house on a nearby site.


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