(2 Evenden Villas)
Benjamin W Horne, 40, Master of Arts, born London
Emily Marion, 35, born Suffolk
Edwin Wootton, 19, servant, man servant, born Berks
Sophia Watkinson, 29, servant, cook, born Suffolk
Emma Gray, 19, servant, housemaid, born Cambridge
(2 Evenden Villa)
Ann North, servant, 35, cook, born Cambs
Ruth North, companion, 60, born Cambs
Charles E Grant, bursar and librarian of King’s College, assistant registrar of the university
John C, 1, born Cambridge
Mary A Wilson, servant, 26, cook, born Girton
Elizabeth E Long, servant, 22, parlour maid, born Oxford
Mary J Hunt, servant, 28, nurse, born Oxon
Charles E Grant, 49, Fellow and Bursar of King’s College, born Northants
Madeline J, 37, born London
Isabel F, 9, born Cambridge
Agnes, 8, born Cambridge
Ursula, 8, born Cambridge
Helen M, 5, born Cambridge
Joanna P Day, 38, nursery governess, born Suffolk
Alice E Moore, 23, cook, born Chesterton
Margaret A Ison, 22, housemaid, born Cambs
Ruby E Scarfe, 20, nursery maid, born Suffolk
Kate Matthew, sister in law, 51, private means, born Cambridge
K S Scott, cook servant, 23, born Burwell
E E Ridout, housemaid servant, 25, born Dorset
Mrs Norah Matthew
Charles Eustace Grant (1851-1930) was a fellow and bursar of King’s College Cambridge. He married Madeline Isabel Whitting in 1889.
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