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Radegund Brewery Tap in 1958

8 James Street, The Radegund Tap

History of 8 James Street

1891:

James Cawthorn, 44, brewer, b Cambridge

Annie S, 35, b Cambs

Annie L, 11, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Maria Brown, 17, servant, b Cambridge

[Elizabeth Brown lived previously in Newmarket Road.]

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


1913:

G H Craft, The Radegund Tap

8 St James Street, Radegund Tap 1974 (MoC549.74)

Torn poster on window reads ‘People are homeless, why is this house empty’.

James Street circa 1970. To right Radegund Tap and no.9 James Street (MoC25/89/70)

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