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105 Hills Road, 10 College Terrace

History of 105 Hills Road


Frederick Bornele Kelly, 34, station master GNR,

Louisa Lemmey

Mary Ann Bond, 14, servant, born Comberton


Frederic B Kelly, 41 widower, G N Railway agent, born Lincs

Louisa Lemmey, sister in law, 38, housekeeper, born Kent


George M Hinde, 54, teacher of modern languages, born Carlisle

Marie, 50, born Bohemia

George Hinde and his family lived in several houses in the area.


William Kirby, 64, retired ironmonger, born Northants

Mary A, 62, born Hunts


Edmund Kendall, 45, commercial traveller timber, born Surrey

Margaret, 42, born Kent

Elizabeth, 19,  born Surrey

Anthony, 12, born Essex

Ruby,11, born Essex

Margaret, 8,  born Essex


Cropley Harradine


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