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23 Station Road, 4 Salisbury Villas

History of 23 Station Road


(4 Salisbury Villas)

Carl M Brockner, 30, undergraduate Jesus Coll, born Hull

Amory H, 22, born St Thomas Danish West Indies

Carl C B, 2, born Copenhagen

Amore C E, 1, born Copenhagen

Archibald H, 7 mos, born Cambridge

Cecil Edward Hingleberg, 14, brother in law, born St Thomas Danish West Indies

Johanna Rasmussen, 33, servant, born Denmark

Emma Girling, 29, servant, born Suffolk

Ellen Lofts, servant, 23, born Pampisford

Emmeline Neaves, servant, 22, born Coton

Alberta Emmeline Hodson, servant, 17, born Cambs.

Kate Knight, visitor, 20, born Copenhagen


George Whitmore, widower, 66, wine and spirit merchant, born Islington

Rosa, 36, daughter, born Norfolk

Elizabeth de Lisle, 42, widow,  daughter, born Norfolk

Francis R de Lisle, grandson, 16, born Cambridge

Vincent F de Lisle, grandson, 14, born Cambridge

Gertrude E Pole, niece, 21, governess, born Norfolk

Lavinia Randall, servant, 26, born Royston

Sarah A Hall, servant, 23, born Harston

Emily Northrop, 22, under housemaid, born Harston


Louis Tebbutt

Edith N

Roger J, 7, born Cambridge

Hope E

Charles L, 4, born Cambridge

Rose C

Mabel Vawser, servant, 21, nurse, born Cambs

Ada Rhodes, 22, housemaid, born Cambs

Ellen Smith, 26, cook, born Cambs


Louis Tebbutt, 48, [1862-1947] manufacturer Portland Cement, born Bluntisham

Edith Nevelle, 44, born Cambridge

Hope E M, 18, born Cambridge

Rose C., 12, born Cambridge

Ethel Mary Missen, 27,servant cook, born Cambridge

Sarah Jane Osborn, 25, servant, housemaid, born Hunts

Sarah Woodruffe, servant, betweenmaid, born Cambs


Louis Tebbutt JP, Lieut.-Col. and Commanding Officer 1st Cambs. Regiment

Oswald Neville Tebbutt: In 1914 he was 2/Lieut. of ‘A’ Coy. Became Captain 1/1 Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment. Killed in action at St Eloi 15/3/1915 aged 25. Eldest son of Louis and Edith. Killed whilst reconnoitering toward St Eloi (The Cambridgeshires 1914-1919 pub. 1934).

Roger Joseph Tebbutt: In 1914 he was 2/Lieut. ‘C; Coy. Became Captain 1/1/ Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment. Killed in action 24/8/1918 aged 24. second son of Louis and Edith. There is a detailed account of the fighting at St Julien 31st July – 1st August 1917 in Tebbutt’s own words (The Cambridgeshires 1914-1919  pg. 115f.) Roger Tebbutt’s death is noted on p. 214.

Charles L Tebbutt also served with the Cambridgeshire Regiment. As a lieutenant he was awarded the Military Cross for his actions as battalion scout officer on 31/7/17.

1936, Blue Book


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