Rose & Crown, Kingston, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

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Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Cambridgeshire .

Residents at this address.

1841 Census *
Main Street, Kingston
Samuel Cato 30, 1811, Publican
Sophia Cato 30, 1811
William Cato 10, 1831
George Cato 6. 1835
Sophia Cato 2, 1839

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal 05 April 1851
John Baker, of Great REversden, labourer, was brought up charged by William Cato, of Kingston, with stealing one dead wild rabbit, of the value of sixpence, the property of Samuel Cato, of Kingston, publican.

1851 Census *
Beer Shop, Main Street, Kingston
Samuel Cato 45 1806 Head
Sophia Cato 49 1802 Wife
William Cato 20 1831 Son
George Cato 16 1835 Son
Sarah Wayment (Wayman) 14 1833 Serv.

1861 Census *
Rose & Crown, Main Street, Kingston
William Cato 30 1831 Head
Matilda Cato 36 1825 Wife
Samuel Cato 6 1855 Son
Kate Cato 5months 1861 Daughter
Benjamin Sterne 19 1842 Apprentice

1871 Census *
Rose & Crown, Main Street, Kingston
William Cato 41 1830 Head
Matilda Cato 45 1826 Wife
Samuel Cato 16 1855 Son
Kate Cato 10 1861 Daughter
Anna Cato 9 1862 Daughter
William Cato 7 1884 Son
Luiza Cato 6 1885 Daughter
George Cato 4 1867 Son
Alick Cato 3 1868 Son

Cambridge Chronicle and Journal 21 December 1872
Benjamin Marshall, of Kingston, blacksmith, and Samuel Blacktop, of the same place, carrier, were charged by William Cato, of Kingston, publican and blacksmith, with stealing out of his garden on the 13th instance, three sticks of celery, of the value of 6d. They were adjudged to pay a penalty of 5 shillings each, the damage and costs - Paid.

William Cato is buried in November 1873.

Cambridge Independent Press 29 July 1876
Marriage - Cato - Marshall - July 25, at St Andrews Church, Orwell, Samuel, eldest son of the late Mr William Cato of Kingston, to Harriett Emma, eldest daughter of Mr Benjamin Marshall, of Orwell, Cambridgeshire.

1879/Mrs Matilda Cato/../../../Kellys Directory

1881 Census *
Rose & Crown, Main Street, Kingston
Matilda Cato 55 1826 Head
George Cato 14 1867 Son
Alick Cato 13 1868 Son

1883/Mrs Matilda Cato/../../../Kellys Directory

1891/Peter Jacklin/Publican/48/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/Elizabeth Jacklin/Wife/42/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/Ruth Jacklin/Daughter/24/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/John Jacklin/Son/19/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/Clara Jacklin/Daughter/15/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/Louisa Jacklin/Daughter/12/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/Lydia Jacklin/Daughter/10/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census
1891/Levie Jacklin/Son/6/Kingston, Cambridgeshire/Census

1904/Peter Jacklin/../../../Kellys Directory

1911/Peter Jacklin/Farmer and Publican/68/Kingston/Census
1911/Elizabeth Jacklin/Wife/63/Kingston/Census
1911/Ruth Jacklin/Daughter/44/Kingston/Census
1911/Levie Jacklin/Son, Farm Labourer/26/Kingston/Census

1916/Peter Jacklin/../../../Kellys Directory

Cambridge Independent Press 10 January 1919
Transfer of Licence - At Caxton Petty Sessions held on Friday last, the licence of the Rosa and Crown Inn was transferred from Mr Peter Jacklin (deceased) to his daughter, Miss Ruth Jacklin.

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