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36 (34) Panton Street

History of 36 Panton Street

1891: (34)

Walter George Watts, 46, retired clerk colonial civil service, b Suffolk

Helen, 45, b New South Wales

Vera, 7, b London

Walter C, 4, b London

Harold G, 2, b Cambridge

Maude Cauler, servant, 22, b Beds

Annie Chamberlain, servant, 21, b Bassingbourne

Mary Marsh, 22,  servant, b Quy


1901: (34)

Sarah Titchmarsh, widow, 58,

Emily Balls, niece, 22, b Cambridge

Annie Turner, 22, housemaid, b Norfolk

Minnie Collier, 15, servant, b Cambridge


1911: (34)

Sarah Titchmarsh, 68, housekeeper, b Newmarket

Edward George Henderson, 37, visitor, Captain Royal Engineers,  b India [b 1873 served as major in Royal Engineers in WWI]

Helen Henderson, 29, visitor, b London

Alice Maude Peel, servant, 31, b Cambridge


1913: (36)

Mrs Sarah Titchmarsh


John Jarvis


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