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4 Station Road, Clifton

History of 4 Station Road


(Clifton Villa)

Daniel Banham, 78, retired tailor, born Cambs

Harriett Banham, 76, born Wisbech

Elizabeth Fenton, 24, assistant to wait on wife, born Bottisham

Jane Hawkes, servant, 19, born Over



Mary A Wareham, widow, 68, living on own means, born London

Florence A Matthews, Comp., 21, companion, born Babraham

Fanny Ingle, servant, 30, born Gt Gransden


Daniel Lehane, 45, supervisor of Inland Revenue, born Ireland

Elizabeth M, 39, born Wales

Maud E Whisken, visitor, 14, born Salop.

Alice M Aves, servant, 22, born Bottisham


George Albert Wootten, 37, solicitor, born Chesterton

Constance, 33, born Cambridge

Ruth Constance, 5, born Cambridge

Marise, 2, born Cambridge

Flora Rebecca Amon, servant, 25, cook, born Surrey

Ella May Amon, servant, 16,  housemaid, born Milton

[G A Wootten was a protege of Oscar Browning of King’s College.]


Miss M G Blair, head mistress Higher Grade Girls’ School

Miss A P T Iliffe, head mistress S Barnabas Girls’ School



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