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12 Station Road, Westbourne Villa

History of 12 Station Road


(1 Westbourne Villa)

Frederic Oliver, 65, woollen draper, born Ipswich

Agnes A, 63, born Cambridge

Susan Hickman, servant, 41, companion, born Dry Drayton

Sarah Woodbridge, servant, 26, born Swaffham Prior

(2 Westbourne Villa)

John Hall, 59, widower, bookseller and publisher, born Cambridge

Harriett Morris, servant, 49, housekeeper, born Stapleford

Alice Atkin, niece, 13, born Middlesex

Ruth Bell, servant, 21, housemaid, born Little Swaffham



Julia Marsden, wife, 40, born Cambridge

Grace, 11, daughter, born India

Edmund, 9, son,  born India

George, 6, son, born India

Herbert, 3, son, born India

Percy, 2, son,  born Cambridge

Minnie Playford, 15, servant, housemaid, born Cambridge

Mary J Pamment, 18, servant, cook, born Suffolk

Emily Covell, servant, 20, nursemaid, born Cambs

Arthur Marsden, son, 7, born India


Alfred Russell

Emma, 67, born Huntingdon


Frederick G, 27, mechanical engineer, born Huntingdon

Emma A, 25, born Huntingdon

Elizabeth R Potter, servant, 22, born Stapleford


Alfred Russell, 75, widower, managing director of cement works, born Shingay

Adelaide Helen Russell, 39, daughter, born Huntingdon

Louisa Asplin, 23, servant, born Hunts.


Alfred Russell


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