(Currently The Dobblers)
Although the street is unnumbered on the 1871 Census, the pub is listed by name.
Joseph Freestone, 58, publican, b. Fen Ditton
Hannah Freestone, 61, b. Cambridge
Thomas Freestone, 23, carpenter, b. Cambridge
William Freestone, 13, Joseph’s grandson, scholar, b. London, Middlesex
James Freestone, 42, brewery engineer and publican, b. Cambridge
Jane P Freestone, 40, b. Cambridge
Charles Juler, James father-in-law, 71, dependant on son-in-law, b. Cambridge
Sarah E Bastead, James niece, 16, barmaid, b. Waterbeach
Albert E Pate, 28, Carpenter and Publican, b. Cambridge
Laura Pate, 26, Publican, b. Ashley, Suffolk
Frederick J Pate, 1, b. Cambridge
Albert Pate, 1, b. Cambridge
(see entry for 63 Ainsworth Street)
John Needs, 35, licenced victualler, b. East Dereham, Norfolk
Eliza Needs, 36, b. Cambridge
Ethel Needs, 13, b. Cambridge
Lilly Needs, 11, b. Cambridge
Edith Needs, 9, b. Cambridge
Ellen Needs, 4, b. Cambridge
Jack Needs, 2, b. Cambridge
Eliza Needs, head, 46, widow [married 24 years, 8 children of which 3 died], publican, b. Cambridge
Edith May Needs, daughter, 18, school, b. Cambridge
Helen Needs, daughter, 14, school, b. Cambridge
Gertrude Needs, daughter, 9, school, b. Cambridge
Source – 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census
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