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6 (17) Cross Street, The Crown

History of 6 Cross Street

1871: (17) Cross Street

George W Todd, 34, brewer and publican, b Norfolk

Rebecca Todd, 35, b Wisbech

Emily Todd, 10, b Chesterton
George Todd, 8, b Chesterton
Sarah Todd, 6, b Chesterton
Agnes Todd, 4, b Chesterton
Frederick Raper, Stepson, Postal Telegraph Messenger, 15, b Chesterton

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1879: Caius Street

James Stearn (Post Office)

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1881:

James Stearn, tailor & publican, widower, 50, b Trumpington
Mary Smith, sister in law, housekeeper, 58, b Trumpington

Mary Stearn, dressmaker, 19, b Trumpington
Smith Stearn, son, railway porter, 18, Trumpington
Elizabeth Stearn, daughter, 14, b Trumpington

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1883: Caius Street

Edmund Fenn (Kellys)

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1896: Edwin Hasted (Kellys)

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1904: William Aves (Kellys)

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1913: (6) The Crown

Edward Bowles

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1916:

Edward Bowles

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1962: (6/8)

Stephen B Wright

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