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29 (56)(40) Hills Road

History of 29 Hills Road


(40) Ingle



(56 Hills Road)

James P Twiss, 63, retired brewer, born Cambridge

Twiss had previously been the owner of the Star Brewery.

Jane, 45, born Haverhill

Mary C, 24, born Cambridge

Mary Leach, servant, 40, born Waterbeach


(56 Hills Road)

Richard Brown,


William, 9, born Cambridge

Janet, 7, born Cambridge

Frank Hogg, 3, son, born Cambridge

James, 1, born Cambridge

James Morrin, assistant, 23, born Scotland

Robert Cowan, boarder, 30, draper, born Scotland

Mary Pitchers, 18, servant, born Essex


(56 Hills Road)

Richard Brown, draper master


Sarah E, 21, teacher of music, born Cambridge

Janet, 17, born Cambridge

Richard, 15, born Cambridge

Frances, 13, born Cambridge

Thomas H, 7, born Cambridge

Stanley S


Richard Brown, 55, draper, born London

Elizabeth R, 53, born Scotland

Stanley S, 15, born Cambridge

Eliza Clark, 15, servant, born Cambridge


Richard Brown, 65, retired draper, born Scotland

Elizabeth R, 63,  born Scotland

William F, 39, college clerk, born Cambridge

Stanley S, 25, library clerk, born Cambridge

Jane Davies, boarder, 89, living on own means, born Cumberland

Martha Smith, servant, 27, born Kent


(not listed as 29, combined with 27)


Patfield and Rowlinson, grocers, tea, provision and beer merchants


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