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6 St Peter’s Terrace, Trumpington Street

History of 6 St Peter's Terrace


William Reginald Rendell (absent)

William Rendell, son, 3, b Cambridge

Janet Marian Rendell, daughter, 1, b Cambridge

Jessie Tyler, cook, 37, b Herts

Harriette Florence Lillian Woodman Bradford, 37, nurse, b Surrey

Sarah Tyler, 26, parlourmaid, b Herts

Mabel Lavinia Tyler, 23, housemaid, b Herts

Blanch Plumb, 15, nursery maid, b Balsham

W R Rendell was a layer and fellow of Trinity Hall. During WWI he was a captain attached to the General Staff at the War Office. He became High Sheriff of Cornwall and died in 1948.



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