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Bourn OS 1885

8 & 10, Short Street, Bourn

History of Short Street

8 & 10 Short Street, Bourn (RGL023)

Edmund Whichello appears in William Farrington‘s diary c.1858. His brother, Charles,  in 1861 worked as a grocer’s assistant in Cambridge.

1851 census Bourn:

Richard Whichello, 59, builder employing 5 men, b London; Catherine, wife; William, 27, carpenter; Edmund, 25, grocer; John, baker, 23; Josie, 21; Stephen, 6; Hannah Farrington, 80, wife’s mother, widow, b Bourn.


1861 census Short Street Bourn

Edmund Whichello, 34, grocer and draper, b Bourn


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