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Max Perutz

42 Sedley Taylor Road

History of 42 Sedley Taylor Road

House built in 1936; bricks of the house ere taken from an old almshouse in the Fulbourn area.

1939 (1939-50)

Leslie George Gray, b 1905, director building contractor

Margaret H, b 1907 (Section leader ambulance service)

Leslie Gray was the architect of the house. The bricks of this house were taken from an old almshouse, possibly in the Fulbourn area.


John Godfrey, teacher of French at King’s school



Max Perutz, molecular biologist, 1962  Nobel Prize for Chemistry with John Kendrew

Gisela (Peiser)


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