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George M Trevelyan

23 West Road

History of 23 West Road


George Macaulay Trevelyan, b 1876, professor of history (temporary intelligence office, ARP Regional Commissioner)

[In WWI he was an ambulance driver behind the front lines]

Janet Penrose Trevelyan, b 1879, (organizing recreation centre for evacuated children)


Ethel Lucy Fernie, b 1895, superintendent children’s play centres London (organizing recreation centre for evacuated children)

Alice Fox, 1872, maid


Anna Elliot, b 1902, cook

Elizabeth Sutherland, b 1914, maid


Professor George Macaulay Trevelyan


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