Frederick Wm Whitehead
John E L, 28, solicitor, born Cambridge
Mary A F, 23, born Cambridge
Frederick C M, 22, student of Downing College
Alice C, 19, born Cambridge
Mercia D, 17, born Cambridge
George M Haslam, boarder, 56, ward in chancery, born Cambridge, lunatic
Adelaide Russel. servant, 41, ladies maid, born Kent
Ann Smart, servant, widow, 57, cook, born Essex
Sarah Bone, servant, 21, housemaid, born Toft
William Arnold, servant, 16, houseboy, born Gt Shelford
Frederick W Whitehead, 64, clerk in Holy Orders, born Manchester
Martha, 65, born Cambridge
Frederick C M, 32, solicitor, born Cambridge
Edith A, 34, born Cambridge
George M Haslem, boarder, 68, born Cambridge
Sarah Althow, servant, 58, cook, born Norfolk
Emma L Clarke, 18, housemaid, born Cambridge
Agnes J Rule, 23, servant, semptress, born Balsham
Mary Ann Rule, visitor, 48, born Cambs
William Edmund Currey, 60, one of H M Inspectors of Schools, born Lismore Ireland
[His father Francis had worked for the Duke of Devonshire at Lismore.]
Emma J, 48, born Hants
Emily Hoy, 24, cook, born Essex
Ethel Morton, 17, parlourmaid, born Essex
By the time of William’s death in 1908 the family had moved to Romsey House, Mill Road.
James Drummond Anderson, 59, Indian Civil Service (retired) University Teacher of Bengali, born India Bengal
Frances, 49, born Capetown S A
Ellen, 25, born Assam India
George, 14, born Bengal India
Frank, 8, born Ealing
David, 6, born Ealing
Kate Makepeace, 41, widow, cook, born Bristol
Dorothy Prosser, 19, parlour maid, born Capeowon
Milly Meisures, 23, housemaid, born Cambridge
James Drummond Anderson, MA
James Anderson (1852-1920) joined the Bengal Civil Service in 1875. When he retired in 1900 he became lecturer in Bengali language and literature at Cambridge. He published several books on folk culture, language and linguistics. By the end of WWI the family had moved to Cavendish Avenue. Their son Major Martin Alan Anderson was killed in action in 1917.
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