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View Cottage, Christ’s Pieces, 80 King Street

History of View Cottage

Marked position of property is approximate as it is difficult to locate on contemporary maps


Albert Hitchings, stonemason, b Cambridge

Maud Hitchings, 30, b Cambridge

Alfred Parker, father, 53, coachman, b London

Alice Parker, grandchild, 5, visitor, b South Africa

The Parker family previously lived at 20 Adam and Eve Row and, in 1901, at 5 Portugal Place.


Albert E Marges, RAMC reported in press as wounded.

1970 (80/82)

Thomas McGrath


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