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3-4 Bateman Street

4 Bateman Street

History of 4 Bateman Street

1901:

Charles W Ellison, 27, solicitor, b Cambridge

Emily M, 29, b Shelford

Marjorie Sybil, 2, b Shelford

Sidney J, brother, 23, solicitor, b Shelford

Cecil M, brother, 20, auctioneer’s pupil, b Shelford

Rosa B Pennell, 19, housemaid, b London

Elizabeth Reystons [?], 29, cook, b Essex


1911:

Frances Anne Nichols, 61, single, boarding house keeper, b Cambridge

Kate, 59, b Cambridge

Jeanne Louisa Crosset, boarder, 23, teacher of French, b Geneva

Fritz George Ulrich Eberhard, boarder, 22, philologist student, b Bavaria

Alice Strangward, 21, servant, b Cambridge


1913:

The Misses Nichols


1962:

Nigel Legg

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