1871: Swan Inn
Thomas Wilby, 33, publican and dealer, b Suffolk
Rebecca, 27, b Northants
Thomas, 7, b Norfolk
Cosiar, 4, b Peterboro
Frank, 3, b Cambs
Thomas Smith, lodger, 21, b Suffolk
Robert Bowers, lodger, 41, b Ireland
Stephen Heber, 77, widower, sexton, b Cambridge
Stephen, 15, grandson, b Cambridge
Henry Wright, lodger, 39, bricklayer’s labourer, b Cambridge
(42a) The Swan
William Porter, 37, shoemaker, b Cambridge
Esther, 38, b Norfolk
Ada M, 13, b Cambridge
Louisa E, 12, b Cambridge
Harry W, 10, b Cambridge
Maud F, 8, b Cambridge
William Porter, 48, publican
1901: White Swan
William Porter, 57, publican, b Cambridge
Esther Ann, 58, b Essex
Ada Mary Neal, 33, barman, b Cambridge
William I Neal, 9, b Cambridge
Louisa M Neal, 6, b Cambridge
Henry Emmins, lodger, 71, widower, army pensioner, b Cambridge, feeble minded
1913: The Swan
1937: Swan P H
Edward G Eve
1939: The Swan Inn
Edward Eve, b 1874, licensed victualler
Beatrice, b 1879
Edward G, b 1902, night telephonist
In March 1981 the CWN noted that when the Printz-Pahlsons were moving into no.77, the removal men told them that the Swan had been a very rough pub and the police had been down there every night.
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