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48 Bateman Street

48 Bateman Street, Cavendish House

History of 48 Bateman Street

1901:

Helen Campton, 32, headmistress, b Sawston

Florence, sister, 26, teacher, b Sawston

Jane A, cousin, 33, teacher, b Lincs

Hilda M Whitely, boarder, 22, teacher, b Yorks

Elizabeth S Meyer, 18, schoolgirl, b Germany

Mary L Holiday, 16, schoolgirl, b Duxford

Else M A Jones, 14, boarder, schoolgirl, b Cambridge

Marcel F Parker, 15, boarder, schoolgirl, b Yorks

Mandolina Dewhurst, 13, boarder, schoolgirl, b Cambridge

Mabel Jackson, 13, boarder, schoolgirl, b Newmarket

Marguerite C Smith, 10, boarder, schoolgirl, b Cambs

Grace A Howell, 29, cook, b Cambs

Florence D Hall, 23, housemaid, b Cambs

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1911:

Winsome Williams, boarder, 14, b London

Marguerite Holmes, boarder, 7, b Ilford

Agnes Janet Martha Learmonth, teacher, 25, b Scotland

Jessie Mary West, teacher, 25, b Essex

Jane Anne Crampton, teacher, 43, b Lincs

Helen Priscilla Crampton, 42, head mistress, b Sawston

Grace Howell, servant, 33, b Sawston

Emma Bareford, servant, 19, b Cambs

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1913: Ladies School

Miss Helen Crampton

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1962:

Ely Diocesan House (Miss M Stubbs matron)

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