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126 Whitehill Road

History of 126 Whitehill Road

1962 – 1970

Bernard A Moore

‘Memories of Abbey and East Barnwell’ describes a Mrs Flo Moore of Whitehill Road who was the bedmaker to the Prince of Wales as a student in Cambridge. He used to visit her at home, who would bring presents such as pheasants and invited her and her husband to his investiture and wedding.


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