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Agnata Frances Ramsay circa 1887

109 Chesterton Road

History of 109 Chesterton Road

1925 – 1931 Agnata Frances Butler née Ramsay

Agnata had previously lived at 16 Brookside in 1920. She died in May 1931.

For her biography see Wikipedia. She was a classics scholar and one of the first generation of women to take the classics tripos at Cambridge. In 1887 she was placed top in her year prompting the cartoon in Punch.

Punch cartoon from 1887



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