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61 Newmarket Road, The Priory Grange

History of 61 Newmarket Road

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: built in the first half of the 18th century and probably comprised a main range with a single storey kitchen behind … NE of the house is a large timber-framed and brick outbuilding, much altered but probably of the late 17th century, with a massive central chimney stack. The ground floor now forms two garages.

1913:

William K Bird

The Priory Nursing Home, Miss Lamb matron

Cambridge District Nursing Home, Miss Lendrum, matron

1962:

Miss Constance Bronwen Jones, MB

Miss Patricia Corston, MB

Leonard J Gauge

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