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12 Bene’t Street

History of 12 Bene't Street

(See also 1 – 2 Free School Lane)

1851:

Edward Ives Hankin, 29, tea grocery fruit, b Cambridge

Frederick Breedie [?], nephew, assistant, b Cambridge

Ann Elwood, 39, servant, b Cambridge

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1927: Friar House Cafe

Miss Toller

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1945: Civilian Residence Register (12)

Edith Kathleen Curry

Emily Curry

Frederick G Mac Cormac

Margaret B Mac Cormac

Winifred Annie Mason

In 1939 Edith and Emily are both living at 6 Prospect Row and are both described as ‘cafe proprietress’.

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1962:

Friar House Restaurant

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