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32 Jesus Lane

32 Jesus Lane

History of 32 Jesus Lane

The 1959 Royal Commission survey states: it was built probably shortly before the middle of the 18th century. In the 19th century new kitchen offices were added on the N. The classically proportioned front of No. 32 Jesus Lane is of note as an example of 18th century street architecture of much dignity. There are a large number of original features inside.

1913:

Rev Charles Edmund Lambert, principal of clergy training school

1962:

Rev Philip S Watson

 

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