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Frank Osmond Carr - wikipedia

170 Hills Road, Wyncote

History of 170 Hills Road


Frank O Carr, 32, principal music master public school, born Yorks.

Eleanor, 33, born Yorks.

Muriel S, 9, born Cherry Hinton

Dorothy C, born Cherry Hinton

George F, 6, born Cherry Hinton

Minnie A Stanley, 25, servant, governess, born Stretham

Margaret Pearson, 22, cook, born Cottenham

Emma M Sisson, 21, housemaid, born Norfolk

Frank Carr had previously lived with his family on Cherry Hinton Road as recorded in the 1881 census. He was music teacher at the Leys School but was well known for writing Victorian burlesques and Edwardian musical comedies.


Alfred Kett, 57, retired builder, born Norwich

Harriett L, 59, born Cambridge

Alfred W, 31, born Cambridge

Emily L, 27, born Cambridge, deaf from childhood

Lucy E, 27, born Cambridge

Ada M E, 25, born Cambridge

Mabel S, 21, born Cambridge

Lilly Webber, 19, servant, born Isleham

For more background on Alfred Kett and the Kett family, visit the Mill Road Cemetery web site.

Also see entries on other members of the family on this site.

Alfred had previously lived Bradmore Lane with his father in 1851, then in 1891 at 32 Station Road.

By 1911 Alfred, together with Harriett, Alfred and Ernest his sons, Lucy and Mabel, had moved to Leopold Road, Felixstowe and a house which they also called Wyncote.


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