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127 Hills Road, J O Vinter & Sons Wharf

History of 127 Hills Road

1871

Railway Coal Wharf (private railway siding)

William Flack, 46, commercial clerk coal, born Surrey

Harriett, 40, born Hunts

Harriett Jane, 14, born Middlesex

Arthur, 10, born Essex

John, 8, born Middlesex

Herbert, 6,  born Middlesex

Dorothy Ellis, servant, 16, born Cherry Hinton

1881

Benjamin Thomas, 41, railway clerk, born Staffs

Clara, 40, born Cambridge

Humphrey, 10, born Cambridge

William Alfred, 7, born Cambridge

Jessie Willimott, step daughter, 21, milliner, born Cambridge

Gertrude Willimott, 18, pupil teacher, born Cambridge

Agnes Belton, niece, 9

1891

Vinter’s Coal Office

Henry F Matthews, 49, foreman, born Cambridge

Rosetta, 44, born Herts

William J Overstall, boarder, 26, journalist, born Lincs

1901

Charles Wright, 39,

Clara, 39,

Mary Froment, boarder, widow, 76, living on own means, born Girton

1911

Charles Wright, 49, coal merchant foreman, born Bury St Edmunds

Clara Wright, 49, born Suffolk

Mary Ann Davenport, 67, widow, porteress on Dr Bradbury’s byday, born Essex

1913

Charles Wright, foreman

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