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8 Station Road, Anglesea Villa

History of 8 Station Road


(Anglesey Villa)

Francis G Gifford71,

Margaret, 53, wife, born Warwick

Francis H Pughe, stepson, 23, graduate B A Oxon, born Wales

Philip A Pughe, stepson, 20, undergraduate Oxon, born Wales

Thomas St John, stepson, 17, born Wales

Ada Pughe, step daughter, 14, born Anglesea

Alice G Pughe, step daughter, 12, born Anglesea

Rebecca Cooper, servant, 21, cook, born Hunts

Jessie Constable, servant, 18, housemaid, born Cambridge

Francis H Pughe wrote a 167 page monograph in 1902 ‘Byron and Wordswoth‘.


(Anglesea Villa)

Francis G Gifford, 80, accountant, born Hunts

Emma Barker, 27, cook, born Essex

Charlotte Wilson, 24, housemaid, born Ely


Charles G Spey, 28, surveyor of taxes Inland Revenue, born Devon

Thyra L, 34, born London

Charles G A P, 3, born Cornwall

Ernest S Purkis, brother in law, 33, medical student, born London

Alice Clerk, servant, cook, born Cambridge


Annie Beatrice Beales, 50, private means, born Cambridge

Eliza Adelaide Beales, sister, 55, private means, born Cambridge

Beatrice Mary Beales, niece, 13, born Wimbledon

Ethel Priscilla Elsom, servant, 15, general servant,  born Rampton


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