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33 Parkside

33 Parkside (11), St Peters Place

History of 33 Parkside

1851: St Peters Place

Mary Ann Mason, 45, governess, b Cambridge

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1861: (11) Ladys School

Fanny Mason, 38 …. data missing

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1871: (11)

Fanny Mason, 48, governess, b Cambridge

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1881: (11) School

Harriet Green, 48, school mistress, b London

incl. 11 female scholars

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1891: (11)

Mary E Green, 56, schoolmistress, b London [This is almost certainly the Miss Mary Greene whose Wednesday drawing class Gwen Raverat attended as described in Period Piece p.62f]

Catherine A, sister, schoolmistress, b Duxford

Lois Barker, 24, cook, b Ely

Alice Hall, 20, housemaid, b Cambs

Mary Seed, 34, governess, b Cambs

Anne Baker, 20, governess, b Germany

Edith G Susman, 20, governess, b Worcs

Maria Tegge, 28, governess, b France

Evelyn K Savory, 17, pupil, b Norfolk

Mary B Glass, 18, pupil, b Ireland

Mary A James, 17, pupil, b Herts

L B Legg, 17, pupil, b France

Ada M O’connor, 17, pupil, b France

Lilian L S Warren, 16, pupil, b Cambs

Muriel E Baker, 15, pupil b Suffolk

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1901:

Elisabeth A d’Argent, 42, mistress private boarding day school, b France

Aline K, sister, 40, mistress in same school, b France

Marie F, niece, 20, pupil at school, b Canada

May Townsend, governess, 19, b Longstanton

+ 4 pupils

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1911:

Sophia Caroline MacMichael, 53, private means, b Derbyshire

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1913: (11)

The Hon Mrs MacMichael

1962:

East Anglian Regional Hospital Board (architect’s dept)

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