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Photo printed by Ebenezer Field of Hills Road

30 Hills Road (16)(14)

History of 30 Hills Road



Rebecca Coomber, 60

Sarah Burton, 70

Mary Turner, 40, servant

Ann Worland, 16, servant



Rebecca Comber, 69, b Essex, houses and funds

Sarah Burton, visitor, 79, funds, b Essex

Mary Turner, servant, 54, b Shelford

Maria Matthews, servant, 26, b Cambridge



Rebecca Comber, 82, widow, landed property, b Essex

Mary Warland, 64, servant, b Shelford

Charlotte Seaford, 24, servant,  b Cambs



Robert Talbot, 75, retired surveyor of taxes, b Soham

Elizabeth, 61, surveyor’s wife, b Oxon

Sophia Lansdown, servant, 60, b Norwich


(16 Hills Road)

Ebenezer Field, 46, chemist, b Cambridge [1835-1917 – a Cambridge photographer known to have worked as such from these premises. However, a photo produced by him does exist with Regent Street printed on it]

Elizabeth, 41, b Cambridge

Harriett, 20, b Cambridge

Alice, 16, b Cambridge

Ebenezer, 14,  b Cambridge

Louis, 12, b Cambridge

Arthur, 10, b Cambridge


William J,

Edith A,

Ernest H,

Susan Northrup, servant, 20

A photo printed by Ebenezer Field of Hills Road


Ebenezer Field, 56, chemist, b Cambridge

Clara, teacher

Ebenezer, 24, chemist’s assistant, b Cambridge

Arthur, 20, scholar, b Cambridge

George 18, chemist’s assistant, b Cambridge

William, 16, laboratory assistant, b Cambridge

Ernest Harry, 11,


Ebenezer Field, chemist and druggist


William J, 26, chemist and druggist,  b Cambridge

Edith A, 24, b Cambridge

Ernest H, 21, b Cambridge, chemist and ??


Ebenezer Field, 76, chemist, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 71, b Cambridge

Clara Caunt, 48, daughter,

Edith Anna Field, 34, post office clerk


Ebenezer Field, chemist, Councillor of the Borough

Notes about Ebenezer Field as a photographer in Cambridge can be found here:

1939: Chemist Shop

Ernest H Field, b 1879, pharmacist

Maud E, b 1881


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