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150 Cherry Hinton Road, Windermere

History of 150 Cherry Hinton Road


Edwin R Gamlen, tailor and outfitter


Georgina Laurel, 16, born Kent

Evelyn Foster,

Edwin Rupert,

Grace Eleanor

Linda Beatrice

Hilda Mary

Lilian Garside, servant, 16,


Edwin R Gamlen, outfitter,


Evelyn F, 22, born Cambridge

Edwin R, 21, outfitter’s assistant, born Cambridge

Linda B, 17, born Cambridge

Hilda M, 15, born Cambridge

Amelia E Bachett, servant, 35, born Burwell


Edwin Robert Gamlen, 69, tailor & outfitter, born Bristol

Georgina, 65, (7 children 1 died), born Godalming

Emily Foster, 32, born Chesterton

Edwin Robert, 31, tailor, born Cambridge

Grace G, 29, private school teacher, born Cambridge

Linda Beatrice, 27, private school teacher, born Cambridge

Mrs Gamlen volunteered for the Red Cross from 1915-1919. The father Edwin Robert died in January 1914. This is most likely to have been one of the Gamlen daughter, either Evelyn Foster (1879-1950) or Linda Beatrice.

For more information see entry on Windermere School.



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