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Nos 1-4 Brookside

2 Brookside, Trumpington Road (Beech House)

History of 2 Brookside

2 Brookside

1868:

Met office Archives record James Nutter at Beech House keeping temperature and rainfall data. (email from AS 2022)

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1871: (3 Trumpington Road)

James Nutter, 43, Miller merchant, b Cambridge

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1881: (2 Beach House)

James Nutter, 63, miller and merchants employing 12 men, b Cambrudge

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1901:

Herbert T Barnes-Laurence, 48, schoolmaster, b Yorks

Isabella Lowry, 38, cook, b Ireland

Ellen Miller, 42, housemaid, b Norfolk

Sarah Stevens, 24, parlourmaid, b Cambs

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1911: Beech House Brookside

David Munsey, 69, jeweller and silversmith,  b Willingham

Catherine, 63, b Cambs

Grace Mary Brown, 24, cook, b Grantchester

Myrtle Biggs, 21, housemaid, b Histon

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1913:

Dr Campbell Morgan

1962:

Cambridge Institute of Education

Mrs Lambert

Mrs McArthur

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1953-1962:

The Bell family lived here: Oswald, Vida (who taught at St Faiths, and their two children.

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