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4 St Peter’s Terrace, Trumpington Street

History of 4 St Peter's Terrace


Katharine Eadith Bradbury, daughter, 47, b Cambridge

Mary Anne Glover, cook, 38, b Norfolk

Florence Louise Anderson, parlourmaid, 35, b Norfolk

Ruth Nightingale, housemaid, 17, b Girton

Ethel Rose Ward, kitchen maid, 15, b Chesterton

1913 – 27:

John Buckley Bradbury, Downing Professor of Medicine. He was an expert on sleep disorders and vertigo. During WWI he served as a lieutenant colonel in the RAMC at the Eastern General Hospital. He was a physician at Addenbrookes 1869-1919. He died in 1930.



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