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Occupation Road (west side)

History of Occupation Road (west side)


(1) Susan Curtis, 80, formerly laundress, b Westley

(2) William Chapman, 34, dealer in manure, b Cambridge

(3) David Dealtry, 61, porter, b Cambridge

(4) John M’Cain, 46, bricklayer’s labourer, b Ireland

(5) Christopher Jarman, 31, tinman and brazier,

(6) George Han Mayer, 39, basket maker, b Cambridge



2. John Bright

3. Mrs J Webb

4. Cecil Holmes, milkman


Miss E Beamiss, head mistress

6. George Clements, groom and gardener

7. Walter A Brooke, brewer’s drayman

8. William Pearl

9. Herbert H Kitson

10. Ernest Newman, boot repairer

11. Albert Edward Wisbey, labourer

12. Mrs Mabley

13. Mrs Durrant

14. Herbert Jenkins, labourer

15. Harry Fordham




John Marshall, b 1878, labourer and hawker

(2) –

(3) –


Dorothy Armstead, b 1914, boot shop asst.

Harriet E Speake, b 1871


Kate E Clements, b 1885, factory hand jelly boiler

Henry C, b 1889, factory hand coffee roaster


Ada E Wilkin, b 1878, factory worker jam boiling

Hilda K, b 1910, school cleaner



William Dring, b 1857, retired general labourer

Eliza, b 1867


Alfred C Peachy, b 1895, labourer


Edith White, b 1907


George E Lowe, b 1886, waterworks labourer


Joseph H Ryder, b 1872, retired builders labourer



Doris M Causer, b 1910


Jane Shadbolt, b 1879, laundry worker


Albert J Cornwall, b 1909, porter

Daisy M, b 1916

According to Scouting records, the 3rd Cambridge Scouts met in the King’s College Club, Occupation Road from 1930s to 1950s.


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