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Lady Margaret Road

History of Lady Margaret Road

Listed buildings

End House South and End House North

House, now 2 houses. 1911, converted 1978. Designed by M H Baillie-Scott for Dr John Forbes Cameron, later Master of Gonville and Caius College. Red brick with plain tile roofs and plain tall stacks. 2 storey and attics.


John Matthews, 51, College Gardener, born Milton

Lettice, 57, (three children), born Beds.

Basil Howkins Matthews, 22, bookseller’s assistant, born Chesterton

Lettice, 20, housemaid, born Chesterton

Basil Howkins Matthews was Regimental Sergeant Major with A Company Cambridgeshire regiment. In April 1918 he was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for good work over a long period. He was wounded in the summer of that year.


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