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24 (42) Panton Street, Annesley Cottage

History of 24 Panton Street

1861 Annesley Cottage

James Pearl, 52, printseller, b Cambridge

Eliza 48, b London

Walter, 22, coach driver, b Cambridge

Fanny, 19, b Cambridge

Robert, 19, cook, b Cambridge

Albert, 17, valet, b Cambridge

Alice, 12, b Cambridge

Harriet, 9, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Hubbard, servant, 17, b Wood Ditton

1891 (42)

Walter Amory Holmes, 39, commercial traveller, b Ely

Annie, 33, b Hackney

Albert C, 7, b London

Dorothy E, 6, b London

Winifred S, 8 mos, b Cambridge

Sidney A, 2, b London

Hilda Moden, 15, servant, b Cherry Hinton

1901 (42)

James William Clark, 54, cook, b Cambridge

Annie Maria, 53, college bedmaker, b Cambridge

Harry James, 26, cook, b Cambridge

Annie Marion, 24, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Lily Elizabeth, 23, housekeeper, b Cambridge

Alfred George, 21, college servant, b Cambridge

Edward Joseph, 19, moulders apprentice, b Cambridge (killed in action 1915)

Kate Harriett, 18, domestic servant, b Cambridge

Walter John, 17, apprentice, b Cambridge

Emily Alice May, 15, b Cambridge

James Arthur, 12, b Cambridge

Fred Atkin, 9, b Cambridge

1911 (42)

James William Clark, college waiter

Annie Maria

Kate Maria, at home

Walter John, compositor

James Arthur, commercial traveller

Fred Atkin, stationer


James W Clark, cook

James A M Clark

Edward Joseph Clark: Private 16172, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment. Killed in action 13th May 1915. Born, enlisted and resident Cambridge. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Ypres, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panels 39. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

Walter John Clark. He enlisted in the Sussex Regiment. He was killed in France in March 1918.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry


Edward Arthur Lainson


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