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47 & 48 Jesus Lane

48 Jesus Lane

History of 48 Jesus Lane

According to Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959, nos. 47 and 48 were built in the NE corner of the grounds of St Radegund in 1833 after the Manor House had been demolished and the materials offered for sale in 1833.


Antoine E Porcheron, 40, cook employing 1 man 1 apprentice 1 female, b France


Antoine Emile Porcheron, 51, college cook, b Paris France

Charlotte, 42, b Cambridge


C F Heath, builder


(47-48) Mrs A Sampson


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