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67 Church End (146 Rosemary Lane)/ The Old Rosemary Branch

History of 67 Church End

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: 400 yds N by W of the parish church, of two storeys with attics, has walls of timber framing, with the ground floors under built in modern brick. It is a small building of the early 18th century with a central chimney stack … On the timber lintel of the fireplace in the E ground-floor room are the initials and date W M 1708.


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