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4 Wilton Terrace, 38 Station Road

History of 38 Station Road


Joseph Clark, 48, draper, born Soham

Emily, 48, born London

Arthur H, 19, draper’s assistant born Cambridge

Alice M, 20, born Cambridge

Edith M, 15, born Cambridge

Sidney B, 13, born Cambridge

Elizabeth J Howe, servant, 18, born Cambridge

By 1901 the Clark family had moved to Hazelwood, 243 Hills Road.

In 1900 Edith Mary Clark married in Chesterton Henry Turvey, solicitor’s clerk and organist. In 1911 they were living at Perlethorpe, 216 Hills Road.

Alice Clark married Ernest Robert Townley Clarkson. He was a Church of England clergyman and in 1901 the couple were living on Cherry Hinton Road Great Shelford with their 7 months old son Ivor George Townley Clarkson.


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Peter Connor, head, 47, travelling draper, born Cambridge

Julia, 51, born Cambridge

Mary May, 22, certificated teacher county council, born Cambridge

Eliza Blunson, boarder, 83, widow, born Cambridge

Hannah Heady, boarder, 80, born Cambridge

Augustine Henry Johnson, boarder, 46, librarian University Law Library, born Cambridge


Thorold Gosset, head, 41, barrister, born Surrey

Florence, 40, born Huntingdon

Kathleen Thorold, 9, born Wimbledon

John Thorold, 7, born Wimbledon


Peter Connor

Augustine Henry Johnson MA, librarian of the Squire Law Library

Augustine Henry Johnson (1864-1935) was the brother of George William Johnson. They were children of W H F Johnson, the second dissenter to receive a degree at Cambridge.

Thorold Gosset (John Herbert de Paz Thorold Gosset 1869-1962) was a lawyer and an amateur mathematician. In mathematics he is noted for discovering and classifying the semiregular polytopes in dimensions four and higher. He graduated from Pembroke College. the Gosset-Elte figures are named after him.


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