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Hills Road Glisson Road junction. Nos 31-35 Hills Road

33 Hills Road / 1 Glisson Road

History of 33 Hills Road


William MacIntosh, 27, ironmonger, born Cambridge

Edith, 22, born Hinxton

Hilda, 8 mos, born Cambridge

Maria Hall, 22, servant, born Harston

Harriet W Haynes, servant, 14, born Cambridge

MacIntosh and Sons

Macintosh and Sons


The Glisson Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Toilet Saloons

Water Dowsett


Miss Constance Jennings, ladies’ hair dresser

Constance married widower Cecil Hobday in 1922. They went on to have a son Robert ‘Robin’ in 1923.


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