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33 Rock Road, (2), Cavenham Cottage, (3)

History of 33 Rock Road


(no.3 Rock Road)

Lewis Potter Black, 19, undergraduate, born Scotland

James George Black, brother, 14, born Liverpool

Bernard Redin Beck, visitor, 12, born Cambridge

Eliza Whitehead, servant, 30, born Haddenham

James George Black was born in 1877 and became a major in the Royal Lancaster Regiment. He died 18/2/1918. Their parents were Robert Black and Louisa Catherine Potter. Robert was vicar of Ramsey in Huntingdon from 1891-1904 and then rector of Sawtree All Saints in Huntingdon from 1904-1913.


(no. 2 Rock Road Cavenham Cottage)

Jane Andrews, widow, 49, living on own means, born Essex

Mabel F, daughter, 15, born Cavenham Suffolk

Apparently at same address but listed as separate ‘head’:

Edwin J Tench, 25, architect and surveyor, born Norwich


(no. 2 Rock Road)

Harry Bailey, 56, solicitor, born Cambridge

Elizabeth, 42, born London

Nora Annie, 10, born Cambridge

Hilda Letheridge, 9, born Cambridge

Joan Winifred, 4, born Cherryhinton

Elizabeth May Bell, 20, general servant, born Cherryhinton


(no. 2 Rock Road)

H Bailey, solicitor



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