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4 Green Street

History of 4 Green Street

1861

George Sampson, 46, flower dealer, b Derbysh.

Sarah, 33, b Cambridge

Ann, 12, b Cambridge

Mary Elizabeth, 8, b Cambridge

Edward Y, 7, b Cambridge

Emily S, 3, b Cambridge

Allice E, 2 mos, b Cambridge

Charlotte F Sampson, visitor, 18, b Cambridge

Emely Fordham, 19, b Melbourne

1913

Edwin Harrison

1940

It was above Haslop’s offices that the German spy Jan Ter Braak rented an office 1940-41 while living in St Barnabas Road. In the Wikipedia article about him it says:

Despite his false identity papers, Ter Braak was able to rent an office above the renting firm Haslop & Co in Green Street.


1962

G W Haslop, estate agents & surveyors

Westbourne Park Building Society

(4a) Luxicabs


2018

Laird Hatters

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