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30 Station Road, 1 Richmond Villas

History of 30 Station Road


(1 Richmond Villas)

William W Campion, 35, Commercial Traveller for Biscuit Manufacturer, born Lincoln

Ann, 36, born Lincoln

William T, 13, born Lincs

James W, 12, born Lincs

Sarah Carter, servant, 21, born Cambs


(1 Richmond Villas)

John Hewson, 51, schoolmaster, born Ireland

Anne, 54, born Ireland

Sarah A Cambridge, servant, 26, cook, born Chesterton

Rebecca Chapman, servant, 20, housemaid, born Chesterton


Hannah S Williams, married, 77, living on own means, born Devon

Eva S W, 32, daughter, born Brecon, deaf

Louisa Fuller, servant, 23, born Chesterton


Arthur Lionel Rutter, 33, estate agent & auctioneer, born Cambridge

Alice Maud Mary, 37, born Cambridge

Frances Kathleen Rutter, 7, born Cambridge

Maria Priest, servant, 21, born Littlebury Green Essex


Lionel A Rutter, MA

Arthur Lionel Rutter was granted exemption from conscription in May 1918 until November of that year. he was granted another 6 months exemption in November. he had been admitted to a MA at St Catherine’s College in 1901.


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