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14 Madras Road

History of 14 Madras Road

No. 14 (May 1888 approval of an application by Thos Blinker, 15 Cavendish Road, to erect a house (CA CB/2/SE/3/9/103))

Mr. Blinker remained in residence until around 1937.

This was the smallest house in the street, with a side entrance. The house was altered in the 1990s – as can be seen with the current windows, yet it remains substantially the same, though with a back extension.

14 Madras Road, building diagram

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1895:

Thomas Alfred Blinker, carpenter

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1905:

Thomas Alfred Blinker, carpenter

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1935:

Thomas Alfred Blinker, carpenter

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1951:

James Louis Riches

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1962:

Mrs Watson

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