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71 King Street (1970)(MoC10/89/70)

71 (81, 82) King Street

History of 71 King Street


William Mott, groom




John Moore, 45, plumber, b Cambridge


William Mott, 42, groom, b Cambridge



(81) Gaylor

(82) Luccesi



(81/82) Beer House


1913: The Mart

J Winship, auctioneer



Hollimans, removal firm. Jack Holliman was remembered in the CEN as a ‘Salvation Army man who used to supply a removal van for the Cherry Hinton Free Church Sunday School outing to Col Gray’s on the Gogs’ annually.



J Holliman & Sons, house furnishers

71 King Street, 1970 (MoC 18/55/70)



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