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Radegund Buildings, Jesus Lane

50 Jesus Lane, 1 St Radegund’s Buildings

History of 50 Jesus Lane

According to Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959, Radegund Buildings were begun in 1816 on the initiative of Jesus College.  Nos. 1-10 c. 1825.


William Charles Dewberry, 38, professor of music, b Cambridge

Ellen G,  29, b Essex

Ellen G, 8, b Cambridge

Maud B G, 5, b Cambridge

Ethel M, 3, b Cambridge

Elliot B, 1, b Cambridge

Emily J Prior, 17, servant, b Boxworth

Sarah Porter, 17, servant, b Essex

William Dewberry became organist at Madingley church, then Emmanuel and Clare Colleges. The family later lived at 15 Parkside.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry



Miss Bullock, boarding house



Maurice West


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