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12 - 13 Botolph Lane

12 – 13 Botolph Lane

History of 12 -13 Botolph Lane

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: House, now two dwellings, Nos. 12 and 13, … had timber-framed walls faced in part with later brick-work, and tiled roofs. It was built on a T-shaped plan in the 16th century…. the attics are approached from from No. 11 Pembroke Street adjoining.



(12) The Bell Inn

William Henry Claridge

(13) The Pelican and Lilies Weaving House

Miss Green



(12) Mrs E Claridge

(13) John E Purvis


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