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46 - 48 King Street

46 (26) King Street

History of 46 King Street

1851:

William Driver, 53, brickmaker, b Cambridge

1861: (26 & 27)

William Driver

1881: (26)

Louis Prigatti

1901: (26)

vacant

1913: (46)

Roe & Ward, antique dealers

1962:

Morley & Duke, electricians

1970:

E V Atkin, typewriter dealer

46 – 48 King Street, jan 1974. New block of housing and shops on left.

46 – 48 King Street, 1970 (MoC 11/89/70)

2022:

Burr Nridal

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