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38, 39 & 40 Parkside

40 Parkside (17)

History of 40 Parkside

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.

1861 census damaged

1871 (17)

Sarah Gunning, 72, annuitant, b Cambridge


Julia Bryan, 62, annuitant, b Gloucs.

1881 (17)

George Barker, 63, income from dividends, b Norwich

1891 (17)

William Baines, 31, clerk in Holy Orders, b London

1901 (17)

Edmund C Pearce, 30, C of E clergyman, b London

1911 (17)

Lilian Morley, 23, house parlour maid, b Cambridge

1913 (17)

Miss K C Townshend

1962 (40)

Arthur E Edwards


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