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10 King’s Parade

History of 10 King's Parade

Nos 10 and 11 are two tenements of one build, with three storeys cellars and attics. They were built in 1827 and are of interest as planned economy of shops and dwellings.

19th century combined shop and dwelling houses in Cambridge

1832 – 1842/3

R Roe, picture dealer [in 1842/3 he moved to 14 King’s Parade]


Samuel Ekin, soda water manufacturer

Samuel Ekin carbonated water bottle fragment as reconstructed (Grand Arcade report 2019)


James Day White, widower, 53, bootmaker employing 10 men, b London


R I Severs, printers, relief stampers and stationers

1962 –


Primavera Ltd


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