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Tobias Rustat (d.1694)

Rustat Road

Historical notes on Rustat Road

Rustat Road is named after Tobias Rustat (d.1694) a benefactor of Jesus College and the University Library. Tobias has links to the Royal African Company and in 2020 Jesus removed his memorial from their chapel because of his links with slavery.

A list of all those residents of Rustat Road known to have served in World War One can be found here:

http://www.stjohntheevangelistcambridge.org/about-us/the-great-war-in-our-parish/rustat-road/

Sources: UK census, Ancestry UK

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