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35 Sidney Street

History of 35 Sidney Street

19th century combined shop and dwelling houses in Cambridge


Josiah Chater records that John Lincolne had considered buying 1 Market Hill.


John Lincolne, 40, family grocer employs 2 men 2 boys, b Suffolk

Martha F, 44, b Norfolk

Harvey Napier Lincoln, 11, b Suffolk

Thomas W Malin, 20, shopman, b Herts

Martha Turner, servant, 22, cook, b Cambs

Eliza Bowd, 20, servant, b Cambs

35 Sidney Street circa 1900. Postcard with Esperanto conference stickers


Barclays Bank


Barclays Banks


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