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20 Parkside (1), 1 St Peters Place

History of 20 Parkside

1851: (1) St Peters Place

William C Shippey, 46, grocer employing 3 men, b Witcham


1861: (1) Parkside

John Glasscock, 49, High Bailiff of County Court, b Herts


1866: J Glasscock

1867: J Glasscock


1871: (1)

John Glasscock, 59, High Bailiff Cambridge County Court, b Herts


1874: John Glasscock

1878: John Glasscock


1881: (1)

Sarah Glasscock, 79, independent, b Cambridge


1887: Tom Child


1891: (1)

Tom Child, 38, master draper, b St Ives


1901: (1)

Lottie A Phelps, 20, living on own means, b Worcs


1911: (1)

William James Cornwell, 69, verger Trinity College, b Norfolk


1913:

Mrs Troughton

Miss Troughton, teacher of dancing

In July 1913 it was decided by Cambridge Town Council as part of a general renumbering of street that Parkside and Park Terrace would keep their names but that houses in both streets be numbered consecutively.


1939: (20)

Ada Troughton, b 1874, dancing teacher


1962: not listed

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