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1 – 5 Bell’s Court, Castle Street

History of Bell's Court, Castle Street

Listed building:

With Nos 1 to 5 (consec), Bell’s Court C18. Timber framed and rendered. Nos 4 and 5 are a pair. 2 storeys and attics, sliding sashes; attic dormers. No 39 has a modern shop front. Nos 4 and 5 have sashes with glazing bars and panelled doors. Modern tiled mansard roofs.


  1. John Smith, 32, cab driver, b Swaffham Prior

2. William George Free, 44, farm labourer, b Cambridge

3. William Scott, 64, b Cambridge

4. George Griffin, 55, plumbers assistant, b Cambridge

5. Frederick Howlett, 46, labourer, b Cambridge


  1. Miss Gaylor

2. William Free, carter

3. William Taylor, labourer

4. George Griffen, plumber

5. Frederick Howlett, porter



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