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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.

1881:

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

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1913:

Miss Bullock, boarding house

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1962:

Maurice West

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