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22 Parkside

22 Parkside (2a) Inveruglas House

History of 22 Parkside

Listed Building

Mid C19. Grey gault brick, partly rendered. 2 storeys, five windows, sashes 2:1:2, the centre one set forward with six-panelled door with rectangular light over on ground floor. Doorway with moulded stone architrave and pediment. All windows with moulded stone architraves. Broken eaves pediment. Wooden cupola at rear. Hipped slate roof. Cast-iron spear head railings.

22 Parkside

1881:

William Beales Redfarn, 40, artist, b Cambridge

[Writer and Manager of the Theatre Royal]

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

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1891:

Augustus Ellis, plumber glazier painter

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1901:

Augustus Thomas Ellis, house decorator

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1911: Inveruglas House

Augustus Thomas Ellis, 75, private means, b Cambridge

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1913:

(2a) J C W Graham, surgeon Hon. Clinical Assistant Eye Department, Addenbrooke’s Hospital

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1939: (22)

John C William Graham, b 1871, surgeon and opthalmic surgeon

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1962:

Brian McNeil Truscott FRCS

John Withycomb FRCS

Graham Wright MRCS

Fraser Berridge MRCS

Miss L Billinghurst DBO

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