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St Anthony's Almshouses

SS Anthony and Eligius Almshouses, St Anthony Street

History of SS Anthony and Eligius almshouses, St Anthony Street

1901:

  1. Sarah wade, 67, inmate of almshouse, b Cambs
  2. Ellen Freeman, 68, b Cambridge; Alice M Rawlins, 36, servant, b Cambridge
  3. Mary Feast, 87, b Cambs; Margaret Parfitt, 12, servant, b Cambridge
  4. Hannah Sheldrick, 65, b Hunts
  5. Maria Mullitt [?], widow, 25, b Norfolk

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1911: St Anthony’s Buildings

  1. Mary Presland, 82, b Cambridge
  2. Ellen Freeman, 70, private means, b Cambridge; Alice Mary Rawlings, 46, companion, b Cambridge.
  3. Harriet Wisbey, 74, widow, private means, b Cambs.
  4. Emily Buckle, 76, widow, old age pension, b Norfolk.
  5. Martha Noble, 83, widow, old age pensioner, b Cambridge
  6. Ann Elizabeth Ingle, 77, widow, rap, b Cambridge

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1913:

  1. Miss Presland
  2. Miss Ellen Freeman
  3. Mrs Wisbey
  4. Mrs Buckle
  5. Mrs Parr
  6. Mrs Gifford

1962: St Anthony and St Eligius almshouses

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