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St Andrew's St outside Emmanuel College. Left foreground is passageway to St Columba's Hall, then nos 35 - 30 St Andrew's Street. (MoC)

33 St Andrew’s Street / Bricklayers’ Arms / Michael House Grange

History of 33 St Andrew's Street

According to Outside the Barnwell Gate (1915) this was the site of the well known Michael House Grange in medieval times. It was later the  public house, the Bricklayers’ Arms.

1830 Joseph Millage (Pigot’s Directory)

1839 Thomas Knott (Pigot’s Directory)

1851 Thomas Nott (Gardner’s)

1852 Thomas Knott (Slater’s )

1861 Sarah Wicks, 59, house proprietor, b Cambridge







H & H Beckley, milliners

1962 (33 & 34)

M Harris


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