Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge,
is thus called because
it started in 1869 in a building opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum
- the Georgian Halstead House
on Trumpington Street.
Halstead House was re-named Fitzwilliam Hall in 1892.
It was renamed Fitzwilliam House in 1922.
The college later moved to a new site in N Cambridge.
of new site.
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