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66 King Street

66 (37) King Street

History of 66 King Street

According to Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959, no. 66 was built on a T-shaped plan early in the 18th century.


John Halsey, 68, labourer, b Middlesex


Elizabeth Cooper

1901 (37)

William H Robinson, 45, maker of woodware picture, b Cambridge

1913 (66)

(64-66) Gilbert Hicks, grocer and confectioner


Metals Research Ltd

66 King Street, 1971 (MoC 76/71)


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