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10 Station Road, S. John’s Villa

History of 10 Station Road


(St John’s Villa)

Charles H Banham, tailor and robemaker


Alice H, 23, born Cambridge

Emma L J

Daniel J, 20, undergraduate at the university, born Cambridge

Mary A

Gertrude, 16, born Cambridge

Reginald P, 10, born Cambridge

Fanny Parnwell, 20, general servant, born Cambs

Sarah A J Bowles, 17, general servant, born Cambridge


Charles H Banham, tailor


Emma L J

Mary A

Ann Tomkinson, sister in law, widow, 77, living on own means, born Cardiff

Hannah L Norman, 28, servant, born Norfolk


Charles H Banham, 71, tailor, born Cambridge

Emma, 68, born Oxon

Emma L J, 41, born Cambridge

Mary A, 38, born Cambridge

Gertrude, 36, hospital trained nurse, born Cambridge

Eliza Barker, servant, 18, born Norfolk


Alfred Cyril Bartlett, 28, dental surgeon, born Whittlesford

Mabel Julia, 26, born Norwood London

Emily Murray, 25, born Cherryhinton

In 1938 A C Bartlett was practising at Whiteoaks Trumpington Road. In 1947 the partnership of A C Bartlett working under the name of Bartlett Rumsey and Curtiss at Devonshire House Cambridge and 17 Harley Street London was dissolved.


A C Bartlett, BA LDS


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