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Magdalene College early 19th cent

Magdalene College, Bursar’s Lodge, Magdalene Street

History of Bursar's Lodge, Magdalene College


George Fleet, Magdalene College porter

George Fleet, widower, 63, college porter, b Sussex

[In 1861 George and his wife Emma had been living on the Histon Road. he was then a ‘college servant.’ In 1871 they were living with two children at 11 Pleasant Row.]


Thomas Frohock, 50, under porter, b Cambridge

George Hammond, 34, under porter, b Cambridge

Magdalene Street and College circa 1912


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