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40 Garden Walk, Green End

History of 40 Garden Walk

1886: This and the adjoined 38 Westbury Lodge appear on the 1886 OS Map

1901: unnumbered unnamed

Jack French, 56, college manciple, b Cambridge

Charlotte, 52, b London

Henry L, 27, clerk and collector water works, b Cambridge

Eva M, 25, b Cambridge

Hartie L(f), 24, b Cambridge

Dora C, 18, telegraphist post office, b Cambridge

Marguerite, 15, b Cambridge

Florence L Papworth, 16, servant, b Chesterton

1911: Green End

Alexander Campbell Nicholson McHattie, 32, surgeon, b Antigua

Alice Mary Katherine, 29, b Dorset

Alexander John, 5, b Lincs

Eleanor Mary Clara, 3, b Lincs

Clara Beazor, wife’s mother, 68, b Oxon

Avery May Page, nursery governess, 18, b Staffs

British Medical Journal 21st December 1918:

DR. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL NICHOLSON McHATTIE, medical officer of Zanzibar, EastAfrica, died there of pneumonia after influenza on November 17th. He was educated at Edinburgh, where he graduated MLB and Ch.B. in1900, subsequently taking the D.P.H. at Cambridge, with distinction in hygiene in1911, and the diploma in tropical medicine and hygiene in1912. After holding the post of  chief medical officer to the Government of the Bahamas Islands, West Indies, he joined the West African Medical Staff, and served in Nigeria. He had recently been appointed to Zanzibar.


F C Wakefield


Reginald R Haddow


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