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49 Bateman Street

49 Bateman Street, Sylfield House

History of 49 Bateman Street

1881 Sylfield House

Thomas Wright, estate agent and farmer of 125 acres employing 1 man 1 boy, b Cambs Upwell

Elizabeth Jane, 50, b Norfolk  Upwell

Ann, 22, b Fulbourn

Mary J, 21, b Fulbourn

Arthur, 17, b Fulbourn

Susan Cornwell, 18, servant,  b Bottisham

Bertha Jacklin, 15, housemaid, b Kneesworth

[In 1871 the family were at Rectory Farm, Fulbourn. In 1891 the Wright family were at Manor Farm Arbury Road]


Henry William Fulford, 46, clergyman  Church of England, b London [former Dean of Clare College buried at Mill Road cemetery]

Rose E, 46, b Exeter

Elizabeth W Woodbury, mother in law, widow, 83, b Exeter

Dorothy E, 19, b Cambridge

Phillis M, 17, b Cambridge

Clare R L, 9, b Cambridge

Alice Squire, 22, cook, b Cambridge

Alice Marshall, 24, housemaid, b Shelford

Clara Randall, visitor, 40, nurse, b Woking


Edward Woodall Naylor, 44, doctor in music composer teacher author, b Yorks

Susan Marion, 39, b Yorks

Guy Darnley, 4, b Cambridge

Bernard James, 3, b Cambridge

Roger Wilfrid, 2, b Cambridge

Agneta May Church, 26, lady nurse, b essex

Ivy Hill, 24, nurse, b Gloucester

Sarah Ellen Utteridge, 29, cook, b Trumpington

Martha Rose Lowings, 21, house parlourmaid, b Gamlingay

Clara Charlotte Leeds, 17, housemaid, b Cambridge


Edward Woodall Naylor, organist and lecturer in music Emmanuel College

English organist and composer


49 & 50 Bateman Street c.1969 (MoC)


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