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6 Sidney Street

History of 6 Sidney Street


Alfred T C Miller, 26, organ builder, b Fulbourn

Mary Louisa, 27, b Stamford

Mary Foister, mother in law, 49, b Lincs

Henry William Foister, brother in law, 21, b Cambridge

George Frederick Foister, 17, brother in law, boat builder’s apprentice, b Cambridge

Helen Foister, sister in law, 20, milliner, born Cambridge

Jane Foister, 15, sister in law, milliner, b Cambridge

Frances Foister, 13, b Cambridge


Alfred Tubal Cain Miller, organ builder and piano tuner [he was organist at Great St Mary’s and founded Miller and Sons]

Mary Louise Miller, milliner

6 Sidney Street, 1936

Miller music, Sidney Street (MoC629/55)


Miller’s Music warehouse c.1900


Cambridge Health Spa

Miller and Sons Ltd, musical instrument dealers


King Slocombe Dance School, 1951: Angela De Gray

King Slocombe Dance School, 1951: Angela De Gray

Angela De Gray (7), second from left at back. Photo by Stearn and Sons. c.1951

Phot with Angela De Gray, see 63 Lensfield Road. Presumably King Slocombe Dance School

King Slocombe School of Dance director Mis Betty King

Miller & Sons, music dealers


Marks & Spencers


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