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Mary Bateson

68 – 69 Trumpington Street

History of 68 Trumpington Street

1881:

This was the first location of the Perse School for Girls. Amongst the first 16 pupils was Mary Bateson.

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1901:

Robert W Hall, 43, cook, b Bottisham [in 1891 at 3 Trumpington Street]

Lydia, 43, b Cambridge

Henrietta, 18, b Cambridge

Gertrude A, 15, b Cambridge

Clifford Robert, 11, b Cambridge

The family were at 179 Hills Road in 1911.

Clifford Robert Hall(s)

Clifford Robert Hall emigrated to Australia in July 1907 via Canada where he married and took the name Halls. He joined the Australian Expeditionary Force during WWI. He served in the 1st AIF with the rank of Driver, Auxiliary Mechanical Transport Company 2, Section2.

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1913:

G P Jones, fruiterer

Misses Wakelin

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