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61 St Andrew’s Street

History of 61 St Andrew's Street

In 1688 this was in the possession of Dr Christopher Greene, the Professor of Physic (who held considerable property in Cambridge); members of his family owned it for many years.

1893: (61a)

Robert Booth Campbell Brown (c 1873-1893) was living here with his mother and his younger brother. His father had been the Hon Stephen Campbell-Brown  who had died suddenly in 1882 when he was a member of the legislative council of New South Wales.

Robert drowned on the Cam while rowing aged 19.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


1913: not listed


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