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14 Rathmore Road, (5)

History of 14 Rathmore Road


(5 Rathmore Terrace)

Alfred Carter, 36, college servant, born Cambridge

Emily, 25, wife, born Soham

Ethel, 13, daughter, born Cambridge

Leonard J, son, 11, born Cambridge

Ernest A, son, 5, born Cambridge


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May Johnson, wife, 38, dressmaker, born Norfolk

Rita Johnson, 15, clark tarrif [sic] reform [?], born Essex

Gracie Johnson, 12, born Norfolk

Ida Fox, sister, 40, dressmaker, born Norfolk

Rita may have worked for the Tariff Reform League, a protectionist British pressure group formed in 1903.



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