(57 Hills Road)
Rebecca Hovell, widow, 63, land proprietress, born Burwell
Ellen R, 41, land proprietress, born Cambridge
Mary Linsdale, servant, 33, born Cambridge
Elizabeth Hopkins, servant, 20, born Cambs
(57 Hills Road)
Thomas Carpenter, 38, butcher, born Cambridge
Mary Ann, 39, born Cambridge
Alice Jane, 16, born Cambridge
Susan Ann, 13, born Cambridge
Ada Grace, 10, born Cambridge
George, 8, born Cambridge
Annie Constance, 7, born Cambridge
Thomas, 5, born Cambridge
Mary Ann, 4, born Cambridge
Emma Salmon, lodger, widow, 58, annuitant, born Ely
Hannah Watson, niece, 15, servant, born Ely
(57 Hills Road)
John Pearce, 37, ironmongers manager, born Cornwall
Amelia, 31, born Suffolk
Arthur J, 9, born Norfolk
Florence A R, 6, born Ely
Percy T, 7 mos, born Surrey
Ann Jugg, 17, servant, born Ely
Isaac Tippett, 39, manager of hotel, born Hants
Henrietta, 39, born Wilts
Ellen, 5, born Hants
Nelly Day, servant, 20, born Cambridge
Adrian R Dunne, boarder, 26, commercial traveller, born London
Henry Simpson, Hotel Manager
Sarah E, wife, 35, Hotel Manager, born Herts
Frances H Franklin, sister in law, waitress, born Herts
Beatrice M Franklin, sister in law, milliner, born Herts
Eliza Jennings, 14, servant, born Stapleford
Elizabeth Lock, visitor, 58, own means, born Scotland
Henry John Simpson, 46, Temperance Hotel Manager, born Cambridge
Frances Harriet Franklin, sister in law, 32, assistant hotel, born Herts
Kitty Florence Bloy, waitress, 18, born Manchester
Winifred May Goings, housemaid, 15, born Suffolk
Lucy Marsh Burling, kitchenmaid, 16, born Bottisham
Ellen Austin, boarder, 68, private means, born Surrey
Anna Austin, boarder, 60, private means, born Surrey
William Hendrik, boarder, 36, florist traveller, born Holland
Norfolk Temperance Hotel, A C Tokley manager
Alfred Charles Tokley: Gunner 93328, 283rd Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of wounds 26th July 1917. Born Cressing, Essex, enlisted Cambridge. Buried in HAZEBROUCK COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Nord, France. Plot III. Row F. Grave 2. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)
Alfred Tokley attested in December 1915 when he was manager of the Temperance Hotel. He was married to Edith and had two children Elsie and Lily. He trained as a signaller and served in France from 28.3.1917 until his death.
In 2022 AC sent this note:
My grandmother Edith White ran a hotel in Hills Road, Cambridge and was married to Alfred Charles Tokley, who was taken in the First World War and buried in France. She had two children Elsie and Lilian (Lily). Edith White went on to have a further 5 children with Frederick Collins Pimlott (my grandfather). Frederick Collins Pimlott was a commercial traveller for the Dunlop Rubber Company. It is believed he stayed at the Norfolk Temperance Hotel where he met Edith Tokley (nee White).
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