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49 Jesus Lane, Manor House

History of 49 Jesus Lane

According to Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959, no. 49 was built in 1820 following the style of the neighbouring Radegund Buildings.

Listed Building: gate between nos 49 and 50.

Circa 1830. Large pair of cast-iron gates contemporary with the houses, spear-head finials on the uprights. Grey gault brick piers with conical stone caps.


Elizabeth de Spinster, 74, fundholder, b Scotland


H Chapman, plumber


Percy Fox


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