Thomas Chambers, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons not practicing
Thomas Chambers, 59, fundholder, b Kent
Margaret, 63, b Bottisham
Sarah Chapman, 37, servant, b Cambs
(11 Hills Road)
John Green, 72, assistant curator of Fitzwilliam Museum, b Middlesex
Harriet, 60, b London
Eliza Wright, cousin, 56, funded property, b Middlesex
Eliza A Green, daughter, 30, artist, b London
Rachael E Ludman, servant, 14, b Trumpington
Henrie Farnham, 24, dentist, b Islington
Minnie, 23, b Chesterton
Eliza, servant, 18, b Spalding
Thomas H Headdey, 79, widower, born Cambridge, pensioner Inland Revenue
Ellen P, 54, daughter, b Wales, living on own means
Clara M, 51, daughter, b Wales, living on own means
William W Headdey, brother, 81, widower, b Cambridge, pensioner Clare College
Douglas Edwards LDS dental surgeon
C Ewart Grant LDS dental surgeon
(house number obiterated in 1939 census but from context assumed to be no. 20)
(Flat 3) Rosamond E M Harding, b 1898, author, (Civil air guard pilot)
For more information on Rosamond Harding see Michael Cole’s article. Rosamond had started a degree in music at Newnham College but dropped out. In 1927 she moved to Madingley Hall which her father had inherited. She started work on a doctoral thesis supervised by Edward Dent. This was completed in 4 years and was for many years the authoritative work on the subject: The Pianoforte – its history traced to the Great Industrial Exhibition, 1851. Her research had taken her to Berlin, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, and Brussels. She also received much advice from Capt. Evelyn Broadwood.
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