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29 Union Road, King’s Arms

History of 29 Union Road

1869 Samuel Ellingham (Post Office Directory)


Samuel J Custance, Carpenter & Publican, 27, b Chesterton
Sarah Custance, Assistant, 25, b Cambridge
Sarah E Custance, 1, b Cambridge
Robert Custance, Brother,  Baker, 22, b Cambridge
Emma White, Servant, 15, b Holton

1875 Samuel Jarvis Custance (Kellys)

1879 Samuel J Custance (Kellys)


Samuel J Custance, licensed victualler, 37, b New Chesterton
Sarah Custance, 36, b Cambridge
Sarah E Custance, 11, b Newnham
Mary A Custance, 9, b Cambridge
Cecil E A Custance, 7, b Cambridge
Frank W Bringten, visitor, 32, b Essex

1883 Sam J Custance (Kellys)

1888 Samuel Jarvis Custance (Kellys)

1892 Samuel Jarvis Custance (Kellys)

1896 Samuel Jarvis Custance (Kellys)


Samuel Jarvis Custance, 57, licensed victualler, b Chesterton

Sarah, 56, b Cambridge

Sarah Elizabeth, 31, assistant in music shop, b Cambridge

Dorothy Sarah, granddaughter, 5, b Great Shelford

1904 Mrs Sarah Custance (Kellys)


Frank Wallis, 34, hotel keeper, b Cambridge

Alice, 33, assistant in business, b Little Wilbraham

Leslie, 3, b Cambridge

1913 Frank William Wallis (Spalding)

1916 Joseph Wm Huckle (Kellys)

1939 Fish and Chip Shop

Charles Pink, b 1875, fish and chip fryer

Mary, b 1880

John D Taylor, b 1896 asphalter heavy worker traveller

Edward Wakeman, b 1908, asphalter heavy worker traveller


Florence Beer, b 1895

Marion Olive Beer, b 1925, professional stage (ARC=KONYOT)

Robert L Hearn, b 1912, public works roller driver

Thomas Finney, b 1909, builders labourer

Minnie L Cook, b 1880, daily help

Elijah Fletcher, b 1878, retired publican

1962 Mrs M L Reuben, wool store



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