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125 Hills Road, P Beales and Co. Coal Wharf

History of 125 Hills Road


Railway Bridge Coal Wharf (a private railway siding)

Wm Peacock, merchant’s clerk

Ann, 69, wife, born Hunts

Ellen Easton, granddaughter, 8, born London

John Phillips, lodger, 19, clerk, born Cambridge


William Peacock, widower, 65, coal yard manager, born St Ives

Jane Roggers, servant, 48, housekeeper, born Cambs


Beales Coal Depot

Jabez C Cornwall, 36, foreman coal yard, born Cambs

Elizabeth M, 39, born Cambs

Flossie E, 6, born Cambridge


Edward Beales, 31, coal merchant, born Cambridge

James Warren, servant, 66, horsekeeper, born Essex

Sarah Warren, servant, 64, housekeeper, born Suffolk


Sidney James Wilson, 26, foreman of coal wharf, born Cambridge

Sarah Alice, 24, born London

Dorothy Georgina, 5, born Cambridge


Sidney Wilson, foreman

P Beales and Co., Coal Wharf


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