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32 (17)(15) Hills Road, Post and Telegraph Office

History of 32 Hills Road



John Grimes, 30, college servant

Mary, 25,

Thomas Sutton, 15,

William Wonfor, 50,



Edward Christopher Trayler, 24, curator of the Fitzwilliam, b Essex

Jane Killick Trayler, 36, b Essex

Joseph George Shorley, 4,

Susan Woodley Turner, servant, 16



James J Teasdale, 36, reported accountant, b London

Harriet, 36, b Cambridge



Anne Dunning, widow, 61, annuitant, b Cambridge

Jane, 21, annuitant, b Suffolk

Mary A Phillips, 14, servant, b Cambridge

Emma A Smith, lodger, 44, funds and property, b Cambridge


(17 Hills Road)

Henry Picken, 58, retired baker, b Boxworth

Lydia Picken, 63, b Boxworth

Charlotte A, 27, b Cambridge

Robert D Cooke, lodger, 22, undergraduate of Cambridge, b Devon


Alice Gurnham, 39, wife, b Suffolk


Emma Smith, widow, living on own means

Bertha Eagar, visitor, 25, b Ireland

Kate Wooley, 22, servant, b Fowlmere


Emma Mary Smith, 59, widow, b Cambridge

Kate Woolley, servant, 32, b Fowlmere


Mrs Gardham

1939: Fish and Game Shop

George Peck, b 1888, fish merchant and poulterer

Florence E, b 1887

George R, b 1910, poultry farmer

Dorothy, b 1916, window dresser (ARP Boots Chemist Branch)



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