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Duxford OS 1901

St John’s Vicarage, Duxford

History of St John's Vicarage

The Margetts family are frequently mentioned b William Farrington in his diary from 1858.

1861 census Duxford Vicarage:

Francis J C Margetts, 39, vicar of Duxford St Johns, b Hemingford Grey

Sarah L, 39

Arthur E, 14

Caroline E, 2, b Duxford

Francis E, 1 m, b Duxford

Anne Clerk, 32, nurse, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Parnell, 32, cook, b Northants

Ellen Guest, 25, housemaid, b Northants

Sarah Newling, 15, nursemaid, b Duxford.


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