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Ram Yard (later Round Church Street) looking west

Ram Yard / Round Church Street

History 1 Ram Yard

Separating Round Church Street from the properties of Ram Yard presents problems so here information on both streets is presented.

1861:

Round Church Street:

(1) James Butcher, 53, hotel keeper, b Essex

(2) George Cox, 43, livery stable keeper, b Bartlow

(3) George Swanell, 26, grocer’s clerk, b Beds

(4) Joseph Hattall, 40, college servant, b Hants

(5) James Burton, 25, tailor and robe maker, b Cambridge

(6) vacant


1885 Cambridge Town Plan

1 Ram Yard circa 1960

1913: 1 Ram Yard

Joseph A Prziborsky, hairdresser

1962: 1-2 Ram Yard

Joseph A Prziborsky, hairdresser

Ram Yard disappeared in development of this area  in 1961 and the western end of Ram Yard was incorporated into Round Church Street

Round Church Street by J M Delbes

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