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96, 98, 100 Hills Road, January 1975.Note milestone on Station roundabout. (MoC120/75)

100 Hills Road (39)

History of 100 Hills Road

Archaeological report:

Listed building:

II Milestone. Erected in 1731 by Dr William Warren. Stone block inscribed with “1 mile from Great St Mary’s Church Cambridge”. This is the first of a series of milestones that were erected to mark the distances between Cambrige and Haverhill. Dr Warren was a Fellow of Trinity Hall, who was also responsible for erecting a series of 16 milestones on the old road to London.




John Hall, 48, b Cambridge, book publisher, b Cambridge

Alice, 37, b Ely

May, 6, b Cambridge

Amelia Lee, niece, 16, b Ely

Florence Lee, niece, visitor, 1, b Ely

Ellen Atkin, mother in law, 63, visitor, b Ely



William Flitton, 62, widower, corn miller, b beds

Florence E, 23, housekeeper, b Meldreth

Hannah French, visitor, 51, b Northumberland

Sarah Warren, servant, 20, b Ickleton




Eastern District Telegraph Engineers’ Office and Stores

J F Lamb, superintending engineer P.O.telegraph

100 Hills Road, 1975 (MoC121/75)


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