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Rose Macaulay

Southernwood, Woollards Lane, Great Shelford

History of Southernwood, Great Shelford

1907:

The Macaulay family move to Great Shelford.

Mrs Macaulay and some young cousins driving to Cambridge behind their donkey Felicity c.1910.

1913:

George Campbell Macaulay, 58, lecturer in English Langage Literature, b Salp

Grace Mary, 55,  b Gloucs.

Margaret Campbell, 35, b Warwicks

Emily Rose, 29, author of literary work, b Warwicks

Minnie Philips, 28, cook, b Chesterton

Violet Maud Austin, 22, housemaid,  b Gt Shelford

Stella Arnold, 17, domestic help, b Gt Shelford

Rose Macaulay (drinking) at work at Station Farm nr. Great Shelford c.1920

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