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26 (17) King Street

History of 26 King Street

1851:

William Taylor, 49, master bootmaker, b Swavesey

1861:

William Taylor

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1873:

the address of Charles Arnold at the time of his death

see Mill Road Cemetery entry

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1874:

Sarah Wilkinson, dressmaker

The Relieving officer’s Pay and Vaccination Rooms

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1881:

Sarah Wilkinson

1901: (17)

Harry Rooke, 46, plumber, b Cambridge

1913: (26)

H Pryke, bootmaker

1962:

Bradfield and Kidman, boot repairers

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