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14 St Paul’s Road (St Paul’s Vicarage / Cambridge Muslim College)

History of 14 St Paul's Road

Built by G G Scott, 1853-4, for his brother, the Rev. John Scott. According to Pevsner, the red brick, modern-Gothic-domestic mode anticipated St John’s Master’s Lodge.

1911:

Henry Paine Stokes, 61, clergyman, b Kent

Sophie Emmeline, 55, b Staffs

Margaret Sophie, 16, b Cambridge

Amy Kinton, 14, b Cambridge

Louis Mander, 13, b Cambridge

Mary Marratt, 11, b Cambridge

Elise Althea Haynes, 19, cook,  b Cambridge

Helen Maria Tabor, 34, housemaid, b Cambridge

Ada Easton, 38, nurse, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Jane Plum, 17, nursemaid, b Cambridge

Louis Mander Stokes: Second Lieutenant, 2nd Royal Marine Battalion, Royal Marine Division, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Died 13th November 1916. Aged 19. Son of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Stokes, of Little Wilbraham Rectory, Cambridge. {His father was actually Canon Stokes who was Vicar at St Paul’s when his son was killed but moved on to be Vicar of Wilbraham on his retirement from St Paul’s]. Buried in MAILLY WOOD CEMETERY, MAILLY-MAILLET, Somme, France. Plot I. Row D. Grave 32. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

 

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