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16 Station Road, St Mary’s

History 16 Station Road

1881

(St Mary’s Villa)

Alfred I Tillyard, 29, Classical Master M A Cambridge, born Norwich

Catherine S, 28, born Cambridge

Angelina Minett, servant, 18, born Littleport

Alfred Isaac Tillyard was a local newspaper proprietor and editor. His wife Catherine Sarah (nee Wetenhall) was a proponent of higher eduction for women. They had four children:

Aelfrida Catherine Wetenhall Tillyard 1883 – 1959, author, medium and lecturer of comparative religion

Henry Julius Wetenhall Tillyard (1881-1968) expert in Byzantine musicology

Conrad Francis Wetenhall Tillyard (1885 – 1888)

Eustace Madebille Wetenhall Tillyard (1889 – 1961) active in English Literature studied and Master of Jesus College Cambridge


1891

(St Mary’s)

Arthur R Edwards

Elizabeth A

Evelyn M Owen, 19, wife’s sister,

Edith Roberts, 21, servant

Mary A Roberts, 18 servant


1901

Arthur R Edwards, 45, Managing Director Engineering, born Suffolk

Elizabeth A, 39, born Wales

Elizabeth Hitch, servant,  23, born Ely


1911;
Elizabeth Edith Betts, 57, single, private means, born Suffolk

Gertrude Olive Glasscock, 24, general servant, born Bottisham

1913

Miss Betts

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