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12 King’s Parade

History of 12 King's Parade


Walter Girling, 22, BA, b Norfolk

Joseph Murray Ince, 45, artist landscape, b London

Edward Lubb, 60, shoe seller, b Cambs

Alan Conedall, 20, undergraduate Trinity, b Gloucs

A G More, lodger, 20, undergraduate, b London


12 King’s Parade (unknown date)

At some date Stroud and Co, printsellers and publishers occupied these premises but the exact dates are unknown at the moment.


Banham and Benton, tailors and robemakers


Sara Payne (CWN 2 April 1981)  noted that at this address there used to be the Orthological Institute run by a man named Ogden. She was told “All his windows were broken during the First World War because he was supposed to have pro-German leanings.”


(12 & 12a) A R Crossman, outfitters


J S Wilson & Son, bookbinders & stationers

Corpus Christi College Hostel

12 King’s Parade c 1960 (MoC421.74)

12 King’s Parade c.1960


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