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61 Park Street

History of 61 Park Street

According to Royal Commission on Historical Monuments 1959, no. 61 was described as ‘modern build’ in the Cambridge Chronicle, 16 Feb 1850; by comparison with other houses it may be of c. 1840. It had a particularly notable street front. It was demolished in 1956.


Thomas French, 61, college servant, b Cherry Hinton


Mrs Russell Daniels, lodging house keeper


Percy Pointer, b 1884, shop assistant wine store

Nellie, b 1887

Joan, b 1917, clerk at radio works

Peggy, b 1920, dentist receptionist

Doreen, b 1922, clerk ladies outfitters




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