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P Hawkes, 26 Hills Road

26 Hills Road (14)

History of 26 Hills Road



Eliza May Turner, widow, 57, fundholder, b Gloucs

Jane Ward, visitor, 35, b Notts

Catherine Ward, visitor, 30, b Notts

Ann Duce, servant, 49, servant, b Cambs

Ann Golding, 22, servant, b Quy



Henry W Marriott, 34, ?? teacher student ??, b Scotland

Anne, 24, teacher music governess, b Cambridge

Emily Golland, sister in law, 22, governess, b Cambridge

Sophia Bolt, visitor, 26, governess, b Cambridge

Emma Fuller, servant, 18, b Cambridge



Elizabeth Whitbread, head of family, unmarried, 52, housekeeper, b Beds

Emily Vipan, daughter, 19, wine farmer’s daughter, b Cape of Good Hope [South Africa}

George Walter Vipan, 16, b Cambridge

Arthur Vipan, 15, b Cambridge

Gertrude A Vipan, 14, b Cambridge

Helen Mary Vipan, 10, South Africa

Kate Vipan, 8, b South Africa

Evelyn Vipan, 7, b South Africa

Dora S Vipan, 5, b South Africa

Harriet Hutchings, 21, servant, b Rutland

Harriet Golding, servant, 25, b Haddenham


(14 Hills Road)

George A Shippey, 71, ironmonger,  b Cambridge

Anne, 63, b Beds

Frances Porter,24, servant, b Cambs


Alfred Earnshaw Smith, 35, bookseller and publisher, b Cambridge

Gertrude Alice, 34, b Cambridge

Helen Earnshaw, 2, b Cambridge

Harold Earnshaw, 3 ms, b Cambridge

Evelyn Vipan, sister in law, 27, b Cape Colony

Ellen Handley, servant, 24, b Landbeach

Rosa Annie Leech, 16, nursemaid, b Leics.

Emma Jane Dean, 13, general servant, b Quy


Percy Hawkes, 34, b Beds, manufacturer of artificial teeth

Clara E, 32, b Beds

Gladys M, 7, b Cambridge

Winnie J, 3, b Cambridge

Kate E Darling, servant, 17, b Waterbeach

Florence L Marrett, 18, servant, b Herts

(In 1911 the family are living at 285 Hills Road)


John Henry Payne, 38, picture frame maker, b Cambridge

Annie, 36, born Devon

Granville Henry Norton, 25, electrical engineer, b Suffolk


Percy Hawkes, manufacturer of artificial teeth

H Payne


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