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67 Bridge Street, Bell and Crown

History of 67 Bridge Street

Until c. 1870

Bell and Crown public house.

1911

Ernest Darby, 36, college clerk, b Cambridge

Edith, 34, b Cambridge

Joan, 8, b Cambridge

Marguerita, 6, b Cambridge


1913

Ernest B Darby, college clerk

1962

(67a) Stoakley Vere, bookbinder

see Bookbinding & Printing

(67a) Cambridge Prosthetic Dental Laboratories

(67-8) Batten, Haines &Simpson, doctors

(67) Anthony J Haines, surgeon

(67) Henry Batten FRCS

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