Anne Freeman, 44, widow, lodging housekeeper, b Cambridge
Edward, 10, b Cambridge
Edward Barker, head, 23, chemists’s assistant, b Kent
Jane Bank, head, 53, annuitant, b Lincs
Anne Staple, visitor, 60, b Hunts
Elizabeth Phillips, servant, 19, b Northants
Frederic Poland Adcock, 35, solicitor, b Cambridge
[Poland Adcock was a lawyer involved in the Jessie Chauntler inquest in 1873]
Mavey, 30, b Manchester
Emma, 8, b Cambridge
Dick, 5, b Cambridge
Alice Chapman, servant, 20, b Cambs
Margaret Foote, 19, servant, b Cambs
Frederic P Adcock
Laura B, 20, b Cambridge
Richard R, 15, b Cambridge
Jane Handley, 30, servant, b Landbeach
Isabella Hoppett, 26, servant, b Coton
Louise R Moerck, head, 36, principal of school, b Neuchatel Switzerland
Florence Bennett, head, 25, principal of school, b Sunderland
Kathleen Johnson, boarder, 26, general teacher, b Warwicks
Blanche, boarder, 19, general teacher, b Shropshire
Margaret Swan, boarder, 16, scholar, b Cambridge
Mabel, Gent, boarder, 15, scholar, b Saxon Street Cambridge
Lizzie Norman, boarder, 14, scholar, b Cambs
Nellie Gee, boarder, 16, scholar, b London
Kate Coy, boarder, 15, scholar, b Ely
Blanche Gee, boarder, 13, scholar, b London
Julia Holiday, boarder, 10, scholar, b Duxford
Mary Morman, boarder, 12, scholar, b Cambs
Blanche Tindall, boarder, 14, scholar, b London
Nellie Collett, boarder, 12, scholar, b USA
Sophia P Pettit, 62, living on her means, b London
Julia Sadler, 24, housemaid, b Coton
Mary A Hitch, 26, cook, b Littleport
Mademoiselle Moerck seems to have taught at least from 1885 at Llandaff House. She advertises for pupils in April 1885 describing her establishment as one for Young Ladies and offering private lessons in french and German.
An advert of 27/5/1887 in the Cambridge Chronicle and Journal:
Ladies School, Geneva House
39, Regent Street, Cambridge
Madlle Moerck and Miss Bennett having removed to a more commodious house have accommodation for an increased number of boarders and day pupils. Every advantage of a sound English education.
Preparation for Local examinations and Modern Languages by Certified Governesses.
The House is healthily situated, with every convenience for the comfort of resident Pupils.
Ethel M Nell, 30, YMCA superintendant, b Berks
Elizabeth Temple, boarder, 26, bookkeeper, b Kent
Alice Richmond, 19, cook, b Fulbourn
Sarah Elner, 37, caretaker, b Cambridge
William, brother, 30, carter, b Cambridge
Inland Revenue Valuation Department, W Brereton Wright district valuer
Eaden Spearing and Raynes solicitors
Hoover Ltd, vacuum cleaners
Roneo Ltd, duplicating machines
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