George Douglas Cochrane Newton, head, 31, private means, b London
Muriel Mary Georgina, wife, 23, b London
Myra Alice, 4 1/2, daughter, b London
Annie Constance de Gruyther, nurse, 43, b London
Eugene La Joinie, 40, ladies maid, b Limerick, French
Margaret Reid, 32, head housemaid, b Scotland
Emmeline Manning, 21, 2nd housemaid, b Hunts
Helen Mary Newman, 20, 3rd housemaid, b Norfolk
Annie Blacker, 29, cook, b Somerset
Mary Vallance Siders, 21, kitchenmaid, b Kent
Hilda Maud Pratton, 17, scullery maid, b Somerset
Mary Anne Mackenzie Fraser, laundry maid, b Scotland
Harry Chapman, 25, 1st footman, b Lincs
Rupert John Ware, 2nd footman, b Suffolk
The Lady Eltisley, Lady Huntingfield, b 1887, married woman
Sir Gifford Fox, b 1903, member of parliament
The Hon Lady Myra A Fox, b 1906, married woman
The Lord Huntingfield, b 1883, peer of the realm
Dorothy Bowie, b 1892, private secretary
Florence Andrews, b 1895, ladys maid
Marianne Eugenie La Joinie, b 1867, retired ladies maid
Kate Seeley, b 1882, cook
Gavin McGovern, b 1869, footman
Lilian S Taylor, b 1906, housemaid
Sheila Carter, b 1920, housemaid
Alice Belfield, b 1897, ladys maid
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