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112/114 Hills Road, The Ortona Motor Company (44)

History of 112 Hills Road


James Long, 60, painter and publican, b Essex

Mary, 55, b Essex

Ellen, 19, bar maid, daughter, b Cambridge

George, 12, grandson, railway clerk, b Cambridge

Eliza, 10, b Cambridge

North Flegg, lodge, 29, carpenter, b Norfolk


William Ransom, 27, publican, b Cambs

Eliza Ann, 29, b Essex

William E, 2, b Essex

Robert H, 8, b Cambridge

Harry Brayley, lodger, 47, b Essex, engineer

John Vann, lodger, 50, b Northants, labourer

Catherine Vann, wife, 28, b Lancs

John Vann, son, 14, b Warwicks, labourer

William Vann, son, 1m, b Cambridge

J Carswell, boarder, 29, clerk

Martha Breed, 48, Hunts, servant



Telegraph Stores & Office


Charles F Furbank, 77, schoolmaster, b Cambridge

Mary, 76, b Cambs

Eleanor, 31

William Barton, 28, boarder, grocer’s clerk, b Norfolk

Jessie Barton, 19, boarder, teacher, b Bourn


( 114 Hills Road)

Eleanor Stanley Furbank, 45, headmistress private school, born London

Lizzie Bird, boarder, 52, private means, b Norfolk

Lucy Free, servant, 18, b Cambs

Ortona bus circa 1910 on route from Chesterton to Station

Cambridge Up To Date cartoon by F K

Ortona bus


The Ortona Motor Company Ltd

John Berry Walford, manager

For more information about the Ortona Motor Company visit

Also see Trams



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