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2017 RGL

19 Hills Road / Neighton House (61)

History of 19 Hills Road


(61 Neighton House)

Francis Young, widow, 60, retired milliner, born Cambridge

Thomas Patrick, son, 29, grocer, born Cambridge

Joanna Collin, 28, born Cambridge

Philip Henry son, 24,

Arthur A Simpson, grocer’s assistant, 21, born Suffolk

Mary Elizabeth Hancock, servant 18, N K


(Neighton House)

Philip H Young, widower, grocery and wine and spirit merchant

Joanna C, sister, 38, housekeeper, born Cambridge

James L Wright, assistant, 21, grocer’s assistant, born Stevenage

Arthur King, assistant, 19, grocer’s assistant, born Suffolk

Lydia Smith, servant, 19, born Histon


Philip H Young, 44, widower, grocer, born Cambs.

Rosa Rule, housekeeper, 24, born Swavesey

Ernest E Lemmon, grocer’s assistant, 20, born Norfolk

Charles H Franklin, grocer’s assistant, 18, born Beds.

Rosetta Mallion, 25, servant, born Fen Ditton


Philip Henry Young, widower, 54, grocer, born Cambridge

Elizabeth Carter, housekeeper, 69, born Swavesey

Percy Parish, asst., 17, born Swavesey

Mabel Annie Hipkin, servant, 16, born Balsham


Alfred Jackson, 52, grocer and provision dealer, born Cambridge

Melinda Taylor, 38, housekeeper, born Cambs

Olive Searle, 16, servant, born Grantchester


(Neighton House)

Alfred Jackson, grocer, agent for W and A Gilbey


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