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24 Station Road, Granville Villa/ Lorn Villa

History of 24 Station Road


(Lorn Villa)

Charles E Deeks, 65, retired farmer, born Suffolk

Jane, 67, born Willingham

Harriett Tasker, servant, 20, born Fenstanton


William G Palmer, 62, retired boot manufacturer, born Wisbech

Louisa K, 48, wife, born London

Florence E, 27, daughter, born Cambridge

Amy N Featherstone, stepdaughter, 18, born Kent

May L Featherstone, stepdaughter, 14, born Kent

Winifred M Palmer, daughter, 8, born Cambridge

Sarah Chapman, 20 servant, born Cambs

Florence E Dallin, servant, 17, born London


Louisa K Palmer, widow, 53, living on own means, born London

May L Featherstone, daughter, 25, born Kent

Winnie M Palmer, daughter, 18, born Cambridge

Ellen Cox, sister, 50, born Kent

Caroline A Scott, visitor, 34, born Cambridge

Laura Webster, servant, 22, housemaid, born Willingham

Emma Corbett, servant, 33, cook, born Hunts


Alfred Edward Townshend, 43, widower, sales manager tobacco, born Norwich

Alfred Ronald, 20, traveller tobacco, born St Ives

Doris Vera, 17, born St Ives

Mary Iolene, 4, born Huntingdon

James Montague, 3, born Huntingdon

Ethel Gertrude Leishman, housekeeper, 44, widow, born Liverpool

Carrie Prior, servant, 20, born Peterborough


Rev J W Betteridge, MA

There is a newspaper reference of Rev Betteridge assisting Rev Morgan at St Andrew’s the Great on Christmas Day 1909.


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