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2 - 12 Chesterton Road

2 Chesterton Road, Wentworth House

History of 2 Chesterton Road

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: has stuccoed timber-framed walls on a brick plinth and tiled mansard roofs. It was built at the end of the 18th cent.

1901: Wentworth House

Emily Kirby, servant, 40, cook, b Suffolk

Esher Chapman, servant, 25, housemaid, b Quy


1913: Wentworth House

Basil E Hammond, Fellow of Trinity College, Lecturer in History


1962:

John E Stevens

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