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26, 28, 30 High Street Cherry Hinton

History of 26 - 30 High Street, Cherry Hinton

These are the only three houses surviving of the original 19th century properties along this part of the High Street.


Mr Arthur John  Smith, house shop and bakehouse, 30, baker and confectioner, b Cambridge

Mr William Dykes, cottage, 39, lunatic attendant, b Portsmouth

Mr William Robert Wilson, cottage, 31, lunatic attendant, b Yorks


26 Arthur J Smith, baker

28 William C Mansfield

30: Mrs H Bushnell


26 Anne Gager, b 1900

28 Albert Day, b 1901, railway signal and telegraph

30: Mabel Kehl, b 1905

30: Helena Bushnell, b 1882


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