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The Old Vicarage, Thompson’s Lane

History of the Old Vicarage, Thompson's Lane

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: has walls of plastered timber-framing and brick and tiled roofs. It was built in the 16th cent. and, despite minor changes in the 18th cent., retains much of its original form and character.

1913: St Clement’s Vicarage

Rev Edmund Gough de Salis Wood

1962: (1)

Thomas E Faber

Hubert Montague-Pollock (the Green Door)

 

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