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28 Hills Road (15)(13)

History of 28 Hills Road



Mary Owen

Sarah Atkin, 80

Emma Parfey, 20, servant



Mary Ann Owen, 77, widow

Mary Dunlop Owen, daughter, 56, b London

Lettice Nicholson, visitor, 41, b London

Mary Rolfe, servant, 21, b Fulbourn



Mary A Owen, 68, annuity fundholder, b London

Mary A Schooling, servant, 35, b Cambridge

Jane Osborn, servant, 35, b Cambridge

According to ‘Kett of Cambridge’ George Kett junior and his wife Catherine moved here in 1861. They would have moved from 1 Melbourne Place. By 1871 they had moved to Morley Lodge, Brooklands Avenue.



George Smith, 28, chimney sweep, b Cambridge

Emily, 27, chimney sweep’s wife, b Soham

John Smith, lodger, 24, BA of Cambridge University, b Cambridge

Annie Elizabeth Smith, 27, wife, b Cambridge

Hugh Cyril Smith, 1, son, b Cambridge



Bridgett Herriott, widow, 60, lodging house keeper, b Dublin

Mary A Madden, niece, 12, b Cork

Edward Heath, lodger, 29, pianoforte maker, b Gloucs

Julia Simpson, lodger, 27, dividends, b Durham

Victoria Thurnall, lodger, 66, investments, b Duxford


Susan Howitt, 42, b Hunts

William Thomas, 21, grocer’s assistant, b Hunts

Harry, 17, solicitor’s clerk, b London

Caroline Roberts, boarder, 70, living on own means


Cyril L Bull, 27, public scholar and clerk, b Yorks

Alice M, 27, b Gt Yarmouth

Marjorie, 9 mos, born Cambridge

Hilda King, servant, 15, b Little Abington

Elizabeth King, servant, 17, b Little Abington


Harold Samuel Driver, 36, stationer shop keeper, b Hitchin


George Arch, 40, printer litho, b Chesterton

Annie, 39, b Hitchin

Albert, 16, photographer, b Chesterton


Harold S Driver, printer and stationer

G J Arch


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