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4 Regent Terrace, Parker’s Piece

History of 4 Regent Terrace

1861 census, Cambridge 4 Regent Terrace:

James Blunson, 55, drapers clerk and commercial traveller [from Eaden Lilley], b Rutland

Eliza, wife, 33, milliner, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 37, school mistress, b Cambridge

Maria Stearn, 17, servant, b Cambridge.

Mr Blunson is mentioned by William Farrington in diary of 1858.


1913:

E A Flack, postman


1962:

George F Rue

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