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Marjory Stephenson, Romsey House

274 Mill Road, Romsey House, Romsey Town Institute

History of 274 Mill Road

1908:

By 1908, when he died, William Edmund Carey was living here. He and his wife had previously lived at Mostyn House on Brooklands Avenue.

At this time, Coleridge Road was called Romsey Avenue.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


1913:

Romsey Town Institute

William Biggs, secretary

J Matthew, caretaker


1914:

Suffragettes meeting in Romsey, Cambridge. May 1914


1920:

Earle H Durnford

Annie Durnford

Marjory Stephenson, 1885-1948, biochemist

Herbert Ernest Woodman


1925:

Graydon Archibald McCullum

Beatrice McCullum

Marjory Stephenson


1962: vacant


EF 2021

2020:

EF Language Schools

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