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Rose & Crown, 3 Pound Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

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The pub at this address was listed in 1852 as the Nag’s Head, and the address of the Nag’s Head was given in 1851 as Albion Row. Address given as Northampton Street in 1879 and 1881. The 1881 census lists this at 1 Diamond Court. This pub has had a recent name change to Punter (2010). **

Rose & Crown, 3 Pound Hill, Cambridge - in July 2010

Rose & Crown, 3 Pound Hill, Cambridge - in July 2010

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

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1851/Jonah Reed/../../../Gardner’s Directory **

1852/Jonah Reed/../../../Slater’s Directory **

1879/Wm. Mitchell/../../../Post Office Directory of Cambridgeshire **

1881/William Mitchell/../../../Spalding’s Directory of Cambridge **

1881/William Mitchell/Butcher/30/Swavesy, Cambridge/Census
1881/Alice Mitchell/Wife/28/Cambridge/Census
1881/Charlotte Mitchell/Daughter/4/Cambridge/Census
1881/Charles Mitchell/Son/3/Cambridge/Census
1881/Ernest Mitchell/Son/1/Cambridge/Census
1881/Edward Mitchell/Brother, Unemployed/16/Swavesy, Cambridge/Census
1881/Jane Rubben/Domestic Servant/13/Bourn, Cambridge/Census

1883/Albine Carter jun./../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1913/P H Salisbury/../../../Cambridge Directory

1916/David Henry Salisbury/../../../Kelly’s Directory of Cambridgeshire **


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