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44 Sidney Street, Post Office

History of 44 Sidney Street


This became the new post office 18th January 1833.

Circa 1850 the post office moved to no. 4 St Andrew’s Street on the site of the Brazen George.


Edward Gage, 38, print seller, b London

Martha, 18, wife, b Cambridge

Leura Ball, 14, servant, b Harston

1875 -1913

George Dewberry, boot and shoemaker. previously at 20 Bridge Street. He was a Liberal Party chairman and itinerant preacher for many years. (Cambs Ind April 1913)


El Patio, coffee bar

(44a) T F Morris & ptnrs

(44a) C W Craske, architect

(44a) C H Field, architect


J Sainsbury


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