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61 – 62 Sidney Street

History of 62 Sidney Street

1856:

John Windridge, hat manufacturer

[In 1851 John Windridge was a hatter and brewer in Downing Terrace]

[In 1861 census John Windridge was a publican living at 34 Hills Road]

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1862: (62)

Charles E Brown, alderman and magistrate, b Cambridge

Elizabeth

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1871: (61 & 62)

Charles E Brown, 65, savings bank, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 60, b Bucks

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1962:

Royal Exchange Assurance

Essex and Suffolk Insurance

Lewis and Marshall surveyors

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