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Shelly Row

15 Shelly Row

History of 15 Shelly Road

The Edward Storey Foundation built these houses in 1844. Nos 7 to 17 Mount Pleasant were built for Clergy Widows. Those on the west side of Shelly Row were for poor women from the parishes of Holy Trinity and St Giles.

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1871:

Elizabeth A Stonebridge, wife, married, 33, b Cambridge

William Bright, father, widower, 78, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Stonebridge, 9, b Cambridge

Amelia Stonebridge, 6, b Cambridge

Annie, 2, b Cambridge

[In 1881 Annie is in the Cottage Home for Orphans]

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1913:

Mrs Carlton

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