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Earl Grey PH King Street circa 1960

60 (34) King Street, Earl Grey Public House & Earl Grey Court

History of 60 King Street


William Manor, 47, brewer, b Gloucs

Ann, 48, b Hunts

Ann, 10, b Cambridge


Ann Manor, 59, publican, b St Ives

Earl Grey Court:


Mary Taverner, 48, charwoman, b Lincs

(2) George Thomas Robinson, 22, labourer, b Cambridge

1874 The Earl Grey

James Mills


James Mills

King Street, Cambridge Town Plan 1886

1901 (34)


1913 (60) Earl Grey

William Grimes


Earl Grey Public House

Further information about this pub can be found here:

Earl Grey, Cambridge




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