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The Grange, Cherry Hinton Road

The History of The Grange Cherry Hinton Road


William Garnett, 30, M A lecturer in Natural Philosophy, born Hants

Rebecca, 27, born Hants

James C M, 5 mos, born Cambridge

Ebenezer H Cooke, bro in law, 17, undergraduate, born Hants

Sylvia Elbourne, servant, cook, born Stapleford

Maria Elbourne, servant, nurse, born Stapleford

Eliza Tilly, servant, housemaid, born Hants

William Garnett was a professor and education advisor, specializing in physics and mechanics and taking a special interest in electric street lighting.


Henry Archer, clerk at County Asylum


Robert, 13, born Cherry Hinton

William, 11, born Cherry Hinton


William, father, widow, 70, rate collector, born ‘N K’

Louisa Kidman, servant, 14, born Cherry Hinton

Henry Archer, son, 1, born Cherry Hinton


Henry Archer, steward county asylum

Sarah J

Alice M

Henry E, 11, born Cherryhinton

Louisa Hillman, servant, 33, born Cherryhinton


Henry Archer, 60, clerk & steward Cambs County Asylum employed by Visitors of Asylum, born Cherryhinton

Sarah Jane, 57, born London

Alice Mary, 24, born Cherryhinton

Lily Bates, servant, 17, born Cherryhinton


Henry Archer



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