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129 Hills Road, Earl of Derby

History of 129 Hills Road


Earl of Derby

Samuel Butler, 33, innkeeper, born Bottisham

Sarah Ann, 31,  born Bottisham

May, 8, born Bottisham

William, 7, born Bottisham

Anni, 6, born Bottisham

Richard, 1, born Cambridge

Sam, 1m, born Cambridge

Julia Raymont, 17, servant, born Bottisham

John Ridgley, lodger, 48, driver, born Suffolk


Earl of Derby

Henry Higgs, 54, publican, born Somerset

Mary E, 52, born Notts

Elizabeth Day, servant, 20, born Hunts


Earl of Derby Inn

Edmund W Shorey, widower, 50, publican, born Dorset

Edith E Scott, daughter, 20, born Wilts

Arthur E Scott, son-law, 23, carrier, born Trumpington

James E Scott, grandson, 2, born Cambridge

James Shorey, brother, 40, butler, born Dorset

Rose Brown, servant, 14, born Balsham

John Beeton, servant, 20, born Balsham

John Jarvis, boarder, 59, drover, born Hunts

William Moore, boarder, 38, born Norwich


Arthur Scott, 33,

Edith E, 30,

James E, 12, born Cambridge

Edward Shorey, grd father, widower, 81, plumber, born Dorset

Matilda Scott, sister, 14, born Trumpington

Henry Garwood, boarder, 17, railway labourer, born Hadstock


Arthur Scott, 43, publican, born Trumpington

Edith Elizabeth, 40, assisting in the business, born Wilts

Ellen Mary Frances Clarke, 15, servant, born Peterborough


A Scott, Earl of Derby


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