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5, 6, 7, 8 St Luke’s Street (Catherine Street)

History of 5, 6, 7, 8 St Luke's Street


Edward Amer [Ameer] – Beg, 28, butler,  b Whitley

Kerie M, 30, b Gloucs

Arthur E, 5, b Middlesex

Frank J, 2, b Cambridge

Benjamin R, 9 ms, b Chesterton

The Ameer Beg family were living at 16 Bentinck Street in 1888. In 1901 Edward Ameer Beg was a public waiter living in Hampshire.


Frederick Hills, 43, plumber and glazier, b Oxford

Mary Jane, 44, b Oxford

Frederick, 18, plumber and glazier, b Oxford

Edith Sarah, 14, b Oxford

Ernest, 11, b Oxford

Christie, 9, b Surrey

Florence N, 5, b Chesterton

1901 Catherine Street


Alfred Hobbs, 51, bricklayer, b Soham

Mary Ann, 52, b Soham

Mary Clark, mother in law, 80, b Isleham



Ellen Laurence, 69, b Cambridge

Martha Annie, 46, b Cambridge

Ellen Katie, 44, governess in private family, b Cambridge

Susan Weaver, sister, 66, b Cambridge



Henry Lane, 33, college servant gyp, b Leics

Emma, 34, college servant gyp, b Cambridge



Charles Powell, 29, stonemason, b Cambridge

Emily, 26, b Ely

Walter, 1, b Chesterton



Alfred Hobbs, builder


Mrs E Laurence


Henry Lane, college servant


Frederick Hitchings, Union Society’s servant



Percy Levitt, b 1873, retired fitter part time church verger

Eva, b 1879


William Elijah Levitt: Sergeant (Pilot), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 13/10/1939. Age 21.


Victor B W Brown, b 1897, gardener

Emma, b 1897

Betty D, b 1923, shorthand typist

Ramnik K Parikh, b 1917, student


Henry Lane, b 1868, college servant retired

Emma Lane, b 1866, college servant retired


Frederick George Hitchings, b 1876, b waiter

Edith A F Hitchings, b 1876,

Winifred G, b 1916, floor walker multiple dept.




(5) Harry Chapman

(6) Sidney Stokes

(7) George Barnes

(8)Frederick George Hitchings


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