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Shelley Row 1937 (photo L Cobbett) no. 25 on left, nos 12-19 on right.(Cambridgeshire Collection)

(25) Shelly Row

History of 25 Shelly Row


Walter White, 29, whitesmith, b Chesterton


(23) William White, 71, blacksmith, b Norfolk


(25) Joseph Kempton, 37, general labourer, b Cambridge


Miss White

William Walker & Son, wheelwright and carpenter

Arthur Walker, blacksmith

1936 property was condemned

1962 no entry

Blacksmith’s shed, Shelly Row, now a playground (MoC643/85)


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