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Charles Kingsley

13 Fitzwilliam Street

History of 13 Fitzwilliam Street

According to A B Gray, Cambridge Revisited (1921) Charles Kingsley lived in this house for a time. He writes that in May 1860 Kingsley was offered the professorship of Modern History and lived in Cambridge for a part of each year. In 1869 he resigned the professorship and in August was appointed a canon of Chester.

1913: (13)

Cambridge Home for Nurses

Miss Marson matron

1962: (13 & 14)

Addenbrooke’s Hospital Servants Hostel


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