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10 Orchard Avenue

1920s house

Built in 1929

House name when built was “Monica”.

It was built, along with all the houses from No 2 to No 26, by :
Henry Robert Ginn, who was living at Hollydene on Arbury Road at the time.

The first occupant was Frederick William Nadal, a journalist for the Cambridge Daily News.  An active member of the community as: Hon Sec and Treasurer to the Goodfellows; Council member of the Federation Cricket League.

1939: –


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