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32 Panton Street

32 (38) Panton Street

History of 32 Panton Street


John Amps, 63, master carpenter, b Comberton

Lydia, 60

Sarah, 38,

William, 36, organist of St Peters Coll

Eliza M, 29

Edward M, 17

In 1851 the family had been living in Queen Street. The son John (c1826-1908) studied at Emmanuel College and became vicar of Ickleton in 1864 for 44 years.

See Mill Road Cemetery entry

1891 (38)

Lydia Amps, 91, widow, living on own means, b Comberton

Sarah, 68, b Cambridge

William, organist teacher of music

Eliza Jane Elborn, servant, 31, servant, b Cambridge

1901 (38)

William Amps, 76, organist teacher of music, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Ann Burton, servant, 19, b Cambridge

William Amps: b Cambridge 1824, d Cambridge 1910. Organist at King’s Coll Cambridge from 1855 to 1876, he spent all his life in that city. He was conductor of the Cambridge Music Soc and also organist at St Peter’s Ch, and Peterhouse and Christ’s Colleges.

For more information see:

1911 (38)

Elizabeth Macer Amps, 72, private means, b Cambridge

Lucy Allen Patman, 52, private means, b Yorks

Susan Todd, 23, servant,  b Madingley


Miss E M Amps


Mrs W L Grillet


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