Rose & Crown, 110 Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Cambridge pub history index 3

In 1852, the address was given as Sun Street. The address was then (e.g. 1871 to 1888) given as 49 Newmarket Road. In the 1861 census, the address appears as 49 East Road. This pub closed in July 2008 and remains boarded-up. It has the appearance of having been rebuilt in the 1930s. **

Rose & Crown, 110 Newmarket Street, Cambridge - in July 2010

Rose & Crown, 110 Newmarket Street, Cambridge - in July 2010

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Residents at this address

1852/John Page/../../../Slater’s Directory **

1861/John Page/Brewer & Publican/59/Hardwick, Cambridgeshire/Census
1861/Elizabeth Page/Wife/61/Stukeley, Hunts/Census
1861/Henry Ship/Brewers Labourer/13/Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire/Census
1861/Elizabeth Cann/General Servant/15/Cambridge, Cambridgeshire/Census

1871/John Page/Brewer & Publican/69/Hardwick, Cambridgeshire/Census
1871/Mary A Page/Wife/45/Cambridge, Cambridgeshire/Census

1879/John Page/../../../Post Office Directory **

1881/Francis Purchas / Publican /../../Spalding’s Cambridge Directory **

1881/Francis Purchas/Publican & Harnessmaker/26/Cambridge/Census
1881/Clara Purchas/Wife/23/Ampthill, Bedford/Census
1881/Francis H Purchas/Son/1/Old Shallford, Northampton/Census
1881/Sarah A Siffield/Visitor/14/Ampthill, Bedford/Census

1888/Michael Hawkins/../../../Kellys Directory

1904/Harry Wanfor/../../../Kellys Directory

1913/Mrs Alice Walsh/../../../Spalding Directory

1916/Mrs Alice Walsh/../../../Kellys Directory

1933/Mrs Alice Walsh/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

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