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William Hallowes Miller

7 Scroope Terrace, Trumpington Street

7 Scroope Terrace

1851:

William Hallowes Miller, 49, professor of mineralogy, b Wales

Harriett, 39, b Kent

Edward, 3, b Cambridge

Ellen, 2 mos, b Cambridge

Emma, 2, b Cambridge

Mary Connings, 31, servant, b Kent

Esther Fletcher, 20, b Norfolk

Elizabeth Fletcher, 22, servant, b Norfolk

Mary Hunt, 16, b Cambs


1891:

Harriet Miller, widow, 79, living on own means, b Kent


1911:

Emma Miller, 63, single, private means, b Cambridge

Edith, 58, sister, private means, b Cambridge

Hannah Claydon, 46, housekeeper, b Cambs

Nellie Jay, 25, houseparlourmaid, b Suffolk

Rose Nunn, 24, cook, b Suffolk

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