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132 Argyle Street

History of 132 Argyle Street

1901:

Thomas Eastwell, 39, warehouseman, b Great Gransden

Harriet, 36, b Great Gransden

Maurice M, 11, b Cambridge

Thomas Crane, 10, b Cambridge

In 1891 the family were living in Catharine Street

In 1911 the family were at 93 Sedgwick Street


Maurice Mansfield Eastwell attended St Philips School 1895 – 1902.

1902 – 1904 he attended the Higher Grade School in Paradise Street.

1904 – 1906 he was at the Boys’ County School. He was appointed as a teacher at the Cambridge and County School in September 1906.

In 1908 he was became an undergraduate at St Catharine’s College. He was reappointed to the school staff in 1911.


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