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9 Luard Road, Newlands/Red House?

History of 9 Luard Road

The identification of these houses needs to be clarified. The names of the houses in this part of Luard Road seem to change over time.

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1911: (Red House)

Thomas Strangeways Pigg-Strangeways,44, university lecturer, born Middlesex

Emily Dorothy Pigg-Strangeways, 30, born Cambridge

Winifred Ida Pigg-Strangeways, 5, born Essex

Thomas Jerman Pigg-Strangeways, 4, born Cambridge

Robert Bernard Pigg-Strangeways, 2, born Trumpington

Elsie Eileen Spencer, governess, 19, born Worcs.

Florence Mabel Morrish. servant, 21, born Somerset

Edith Emma Ellin, nurse, 32, born Suffolk

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T.S.P. Strangeways was founder of the Cambridge Research Hospital, renamed after his death, the Strangeways Research Laboratory.

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1935:

John Wm. Pretty

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