Posted on: October 7th, 2016 by webfooted
1731 7 Jan. Humphry Smith, haberdasher of small wares, mentioned in his will: ‘All those several messuages Tents. or Dwellg. houses then in the several possessions of Nathan Cambridge, Giles Clack, Thos. Jayne & others … situate in Redcliffe Street …’ (BRO 29826(g)).
1740 11 Jul. The will of Charles Parsons cordwainer of St Mary Redcliffe parish: ‘I make and ordain Nathaniell Cambridge of the parish of St Mary Redcliffe in the City of Bristol pottmaker whole, sole executor of this my last will and testament … Item I give & bequeath unto ye afore sd Nathaniell Cambridge and Mary his wife all my wearing apparel household goods money plate and whatsoever doth to me belong …’ (BRO Will 1740 no.82).
1743 Possibly the Nathaniel Cambridge, victualler, of St Mary Redcliffe parish, for whom James Godfrey, potter, stood surety of £5 to keep an alehouse (AKL).
1744 Possibly the Nathaniel Cambridge of St Mary Redcliffe parish for whom Thomas Cantle I, potter, stood surety of £5 to keep an alehouse (AKL).
Rate book entries:
25 Dec 1739-25 Dec 1740 ‘Nathaniel Cambridge & tenemt’. Mayors Paddock/Redcliff Hill (SMR-LS).

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