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14 Trinity Street (Turk’s Head Inn)

History of 14 Trinity Street

Once the Turk’s Head Inn (much restored), no. 14 shows the heights achieved by Cambridge builders by c.1600. Timber-framed with raised pargeting, it has overhanging upper storeys, two overhanging gables and canted oriel windows. (Pevsner)

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The access to the site from Green Street

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1891:

David James Scott, widower, 62, banker’s clerk, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Alice, 28, b Cambridge

Edith M Glover, 22, servant, b Madingley

Thirza Thompson, 19, servant, b Madingley

Albert John Chivers, boarder, 21, banker’s clerk, b Cottenham

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1901:

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1911:

Mrs Pollock family away

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1913:

The Cafe Luncheon and Smoking Rooms

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2018:

Jigsaw

 

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