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5 – 7 Sussex Street

History of 5 - 7 Sussex Street


(5) Charles Fuller, hair dresser in Grantchester at time of census

(6) James Sebley, 60, green grocer, b Dorset

(7) George Apthorpe, 38, grocer, b Cambridge

However, F Munns, a bookbinder, stamped this book, dated 1861 with his address at 5 Sussex Street.

5 Sussex Street, F Munns bookbinder 1861

5 Sussex Street, 1861, F Munns bookbinder

Photos kindly supplied by A Moss of Moss Graphics.

1901 (7)

Mary Freeman’s lodging house. Harold William Bausor demonstrator in the University Chemistry Lab was living here and married Emma Haase in 1905. They moved to 19 Tenison Avenue

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


Rose’s Fashion Centre


Sussex Street, 1938, year that north side was completed (Cambridgeshire Collection)


The Tailor’s Cat, bridal costumes



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