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3-4 Bateman Street

3 Bateman Street, Shrubbery School

History of 3 Bateman Street

1861:

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1871:

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1881:

Edward Ventris, 79, clergyman vicar of Stow cum Quy, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 62, b Coton

Jane E, 37, b Cambridge

Florence C, 32, b Cambridge

Maria Gawthrop, 14, servant, b Yorks

A member of the congregation of the Catholic chapel in Union Road, recalled the singing of a Miss Ventris, who was nicknamed the Cambridge Nightingale.

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1891:

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1901:

Walter Radford, 27, cattle dealer, b Hunts

Maude M, 27, b Suffolk

Ellen K Rubens, visitor, 35, b Essex

Agnes Pink, 24, servant, b Cambs

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1911:

Emma Louisa Jackson Banham, 57, private means, b Cambridge

Mary Agnes, 48, sister, private means, b Cambridge

Gertrude, 46, sister, trained nurse, b Cambridge

Daisy Violet Francis, 13, servant, b Norfolk

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1913: Shrubbery School

Miss Furbank

Shrubbery House School 1916

By 1917 the Shrubbery School appears to have moved to 9 Hills Road.

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1962:

Miss E H Preston

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