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36 & 37 Parkside

36 Parkside (13)

History of 36 Parkside

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: nos. 36, 37 Park Side … shown in the lithograph of the Coronation Dinner of 1838 and form a single symmetrical block similar in general character to the houses in Benet Place.


James S Willimott, 75, retired grocer,

1861 ? census damaged

1871 (13)

Isaac Johnson, 77, retail banker, b Norfolk

1881 (13)

William Fulford, 61, Manchester warehouse, b Islington

1891 (13)

William Fulford, 71, gentleman, b London

1901 (13)

Thomas Coulson, 61, retired baker

1911 (13)

Thomas Coulson, 71, retired baker, b Cambridge

1913 (13)

Thomas Coulson, councillor and bailiff of the borough

1962 (36)

J Dickinson


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