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2 Wilton Terrace, 34 Station Road

History of 34 Station Road


Frances Ivatt, widow, 75, living on own means, born Haddenham

Agnes M, daughter, 37, art student, born Cottenham

Alice F Miller, servant, 18, housemaid, born Quy

Jane Kitchener, servant, 22, cook, born London


Jessie Platts, 30, living on own means, born Middlesex

Mary D, 7, born Cambridge

John C, 3, born Cambridge

Edgar F L, 1, born Cambridge

Sarah Baldrey, servant, 29, nurse, born Cambridge

Kate Granestock, servant, 24, born Haslingfield


Felix W Morley MA MusB, 55, college organist teacher of music, born Bassingbourn

Sarah, 58, born Flintshire

Esther C., 27, born Cambridge

Rachel H., 26, born Cambridge

Adela G., 22, born Cambridge

Joy V Martin, servant, 18, born Herts

Felix Morley was organist at Pembroke College. There is information about his family on the Mill Road Cemetery web site. Manuscripts of his music are held in the University library. he was the brother of Bishop Samuel Morley.


(34 Station Road) unoccupied


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