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Church Army Hostel, Fair Street

1 – 5 Fair Street, Church Army Hostel

History of 1 - 5 Fair Street

Listed Building

Circa 1820. Built by Charles Humphrey as part of the Doll’s Close development (see Maid’s Causeway).

1861:

(5)

William Nichols, 75, bookseller employing 3 men,  b Leics

(4)

Robert Ground, 46, land and engineering surveyor, b Whittlesea

(3)

Thomas Hayward, 43, shoemaker, b West Wickham

(2)

John Markley, 33, tailor, b Northants

(1)

Thomas Lilley, 62, dealer in flour, b Grantchester


Church Army Hostel, Fair Street

1 – 5 Fair Street c1970 (MoC)

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