Notice to Quit Cottages in Victoria Street, Bury St Edmunds
Probably the oddest example

House Names with Dates in
Bury St Edmunds and surrounds


Picture Page 4, the 1890's

The building on which a plaque is fixed is usually shown below it.
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Kings Villas

Sydenham Villas

Aetna Terrace
1892 WJS
The 'J' is obscured by a downpipe

Kings Villas
27-28 Albert Crescent, Bury St Edmunds

Sydenham Villas
York Road, Bury St Edmunds

Etna Terrace
Etna Road
Note change of spelling

St Clare Villa 1896
York Road, Bury

WS 1897
36 West Road

Albion Villas 1897
Albert Crescent

St Clare Villa
York Road, Bury

36 West Road, Bury St Edmunds

Albion Villas
16-17 Albert Crescent, Bury

Victoria Villas 1897
Hospital Road, Bury

York Terrace, 1898, Avenue Approach

Westgate Terrace, 1898

Victoria Villas in Hospital Road

York Terrace, Avenue Approach, Bury

Westgate Terrace, in Out Westgate Street, Bury

Example of plaques at Culford by the Earl George Cadogan. Cadogan bought the estate in 1889, largely from profits from redevelopment of his Chelsea estate. The coronet is shown with the entwined "C"s of Cadogan and Chelsea

The Post House, Culford, one of several new estate houses built by Earl Cadogan.

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