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Kings College arms

15 Hills Road (2 Evenden Villa)

History of 15 Hills Road

Built 1870


(2 Evenden Villas)

Benjamin W Horne, 40, Master of Arts, born London

Emily Marion, 35, born Suffolk

Edwin Wootton, 19, servant, man servant, born Berks

Sophia Watkinson, 29, servant, cook, born Suffolk

Emma Gray, 19, servant, housemaid, born Cambridge


(2 Evenden Villa)

Ann North, servant, 35, cook, born Cambs

Ruth North, companion, 60, born Cambs


Charles E Grant, bursar and librarian of King’s College, assistant registrar of the university


John C, 1, born Cambridge

Mary A Wilson, servant, 26, cook, born Girton

Elizabeth E Long, servant, 22, parlour maid, born Oxford

Mary J Hunt, servant, 28, nurse, born Oxon


Charles  E Grant, 49, Fellow and Bursar of King’s College, born Northants

Madeline J, 37, born London

Isabel F, 9, born Cambridge

Agnes, 8, born Cambridge

Ursula, 8, born Cambridge

Helen M, 5, born Cambridge

Joanna P Day, 38, nursery governess, born Suffolk

Alice E Moore, 23, cook, born Chesterton

Margaret A Ison, 22, housemaid, born Cambs

Ruby E Scarfe, 20, nursery maid, born Suffolk


Kate Matthew, sister in law, 51, private means, born Cambridge

K S Scott, cook servant, 23, born Burwell

E E Ridout, housemaid servant, 25, born Dorset


Mrs Norah Matthew

Charles Eustace Grant (1851-1930) was a fellow and bursar of King’s College Cambridge. He married Madeline Isabel Whitting in 1889.


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