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105 Castle Street, corner with Mount Pleasant c1960 (MoC28.89.70)

105 Castle Street, Mount Pleasant Corner

History of 105 Castle Street


Dan Morley, automobile engineer

105 Castle Street, Dan Morley’s Garage

Dan Morley

Dan Morley’s wife, Gladys née Goldsmith, was very active with the Cambridge Women’s Physical Culture Club which met at the The Dorothy Cafe. They were married in Cambridge in 1922.

Dan Morley, his wife Gladys and daughter Vivienne date unknown

Dan and Gladys Morley with son? date unknown

By 1939 the family had moved to Castle Street. The 1939 register shows:

Dan Morley, b 1897, garage proprietor

Gladys, b 1902, housewife and clerk in husband’s business


Pansy Borly, b 1920, housemaid

105 Castle Street

105 Castle Street

105 Castle Street

105 Castle Street

105 Castle Street

105 Castle Street

105 Castle Street

105 Castle Street

Morley’s Garage, Mount Pleasant June 1969 (MoC Neg16(H43)178/69)


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