The Cambridge Evening News reported in 1990 the story behind no.21 Hartington Grove, “Agnes Holm”. It features in the book “Victorian Cambridge” which tells of how the property was lived in by the the city’s first accountant, Josiah Chater, from 1894 to 1908, and was named after his wife, Agnes Holm.
Josiah Chater, 72, chartered accountant, born Saffrom Walden
Hubert, son, 31, commercial traveller in cycle accessories, born Cambridge
Augustine B, chartered accountant, born Cambridge
Leonard G, son, 22, insurance agent’s clerk, born Cambridge
Bertram, chartered accountant’s articled clerk, born Cambridge
Harriet Crack, 18, general servant, born Suffolk
Agnes Chater, 77, widow, born Cambridge
Augustine Barrett Chater, 40, son, chartered accountant, born Cambridge
Olivia Chater, 37, daughter, born Cambridge
Bertram Chater, son, 29, accountant, born Cambridge
Winifred Hall, 16, servant, born Cambridge
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