Henry John Hayles Bond, 49 Corpus College Physician, b Norfolk [1801-1883]
Mary, 46, b Norfolk
Louisa M, 15, b Cambridge
Frances J, 13, b Cambridge
Ellen M, 12, b Cambridge
Henry M, 11, b Cambridge
Sophia A, 10, b Cambridge
Althea J, 9, b Cambridge
Jessy M, 7, b Cambridge
Clara J, 5, b Cambridge
Frederica M, 3, b Cambridge
Martha Brickan, 29, housemaid, b Norfolk
Mary Threadwell, 32, cook, b Herts
Alice Lolly, 20, nursemaid, b Trumpington
Eliza Carbolt, 21, nursemaid, b Linton
In 1836 Henry Bond gave a series of lectures on materia medica and therapeutics. He was one of the first English doctors to make regular use of the stethoscope.
See 56 Trumpington Street for note
Henry John Bond, 59, M D Regius Professor of Medicine
Louise Mary, 25,
Frances Julia, 23,
Ellen Maris, 22,
Althea Jane, 19,
Clare Isabella, 15, b Cambridge
Frederica Mary, 13, b Cambridge
Charles Hughes, 23, footman, b Ashley
Charlotte Cole, 22, cook, b Coates
Susan Longshaw, 21, housemaid, b Oakington
Henry J H Bond, physician
Sarah Willis, housemaid, 29, b Stapleford
Susan Jane Morley, 20, housemaid, b Cambridge
Ebenezer Robinson, 20, footman, b Cambridge
Henry J H Bond, 79, M D of University of Cambridge retired
Jessy M, 37,
Frederica M, 33,
Amy Pereira, visitor, 39, annuitant, b East Indies
Eliza Pawley, 23, cook, b Grantchester
Minnie Hutt, 18, housemaid, b Cambridge
Elizabeth Layton, 16, housemaid, b Kent
Mary Ann Bull, 15, sewing maid, b Suffolk
Enoch Smith, 15, footman, b Cambridge
Frances J Bond
Robert D Roberts
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