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28 St Mary’s Street

History of 28 St Mary's Street

Listed Building

Early Cl9. Grey gault brick. 3 storeys, 4 windows to pair, sashes, glazing bars on the top storey. 4 attic dormers.


Henry Welsford, 58, college clerk, b London

Elizabeth, 54,  b London

W Henry Fulford, visitor, 16, b London

Frederick J Fulford, visitor, 11, b London

Harriett Gawthorp, servant, 21, b Histon




Tram lines being built at junction of Market Hill and Trinity Street



27 & 28

Jonas, Carter & Sons, land agents, auctioneers, surveyors

Sun Life Fire Office

Alfred Bavey, chief clerk

Together with 1 Trinity Street, now the premises of Cambridge University Press bookshop,


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