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James Bass Mullinger

1 Benet Place, Lensfield Road

History of 1 Benet Place

1861:

In the 1861 the properties at Benet Place are unnumbered.Martha Edlestone is listed; one can assume that she is in the same house as (1) in the 1871 census. But Charlotte Asby is listed as well at Benet Place, if not at no. 1 then at a property preceding that which was not in the 1871 census.

Charlotte Asby, head, 64, proprietor of hosues, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Asby, sister, 59, proprietor of houses, b Cambridge

Jane Spooner, sister, 57, b Cambridge

Priscilla Bell, servant, 20, b Cambridge

Martha Edlestone,head, 69, fundholder, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Beaumont, sister, 77, fundholder, b Cambridge

Sarah Carpenter, 69, cook, b Suffolk

Mary Poole, housemaid, 30, b Ickleton

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1871:

Martha Edlestone, 80, land owner, b Cambridge

Mary Parson, 35, servant, b Cambridge

Ann Goodjohn, servant, 29, b Cambridge

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1881:

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1891:

William J Sell, 43, demonstrator of Chemistry, b Cambridge

Marian, 43, b Cambridge

Alice M, 20, b Cambridge

Edith M, 16, b Cambridge

Helen, 13, b Cambridge

Ethel M Scott, 16, servant, b Cambridge

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1901:

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1911:

Hannah Elizabeth Morley, 49, housekeeper to Mr Mullinger, b Haslingfield

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1913:

James Bass Mullinger, lecturer in history

1962:

Addenbrookes Nurses Hostel

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