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41 (18 Parkside) Park Villa

History of 18 Parker's Piece

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: not in R G Baker’s map of Cambridge of 1830, but date from the same decade for they are shown in the print of the Coronation Dinner of 1838.


Robert Talbot, 55, surveyor of taxes, b Soham

1861 census damaged

1871 (18)

Eliza Newby, 62, pensioner, b London

1881 (18)

Charles Algernon Smith, 38, newspaper proprietor, b Peterborough


(Park Villa) Elliott Smith, 71, magistrate, b Cambridge


Arthur Barrett, 28, electrical engineer, b Cambridge


(18) Ellen G Dewberry, 48, boarding house keeper, b Essex

[See 15 Parkside]


(Park Villa) Robert C Burrows, 58, solicitor clerk of the peace, b London

1911 (18)

Herbert Tunstall Cox, 46, gentlemans hairdresser, b Cambridge


Robert Crosswell Burrows, 68, solicitor, b London



H T Cox

Robert C Burrows

Sterndale Burrows



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