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Millington Road looking north, no. 4 in foreground

2 Millington Road

History of 2 Millington Road

1913 built c.1906

There was relatively few houses on the west side of the road. No 2 may have been occupied by Robert Alfred Herman, Fellow of Trinity and lecturer in mathematics. The house therefore would have been called Michaelhouse.


Samuel G Hall

(2a) Crocroy

Miss M F McKnight

[Crocoy was converted from the original Croft Lodge coach house in 1936 by Miss Knight.]


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