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38 Hills Road, Osborne House (20)(18)

History of 38 Hills Road



Robert Hurlock, 72, clerk

Ann, 73

Ann Clack, 33

Sarah Clack, 3

Mary Cope, 46, servant,

Mary Craig, 15



Joseph Peck, 31, builder employing 30 men, b Norwich

Ann, 30, b Cambridge

William, 4, b Cambridge

Ann, 2, b Cambridge

Joseph, 6mos, b Cambridge

Eliza Gray, 19, servant



John Smith, 54, master cabinet maker employing 6 men, b Herts

Susanna, 50, b Cambridge

Susanna, 18, b Cambridge

Annie, 17, b Cambridge

George, 16, apprentice cabinet maker, b Cambridge

Frederick, 14, b Cambridge

Harriet, 11, b Cambridge

Alice, 9, b Cambridge

Martha Peacock, 15, servant, b Histon



Annie Weekly

Harry George, son, 17, solicitor’s copying clerk

Ernest R, 3,

Henry Sparrow, boarder, 54, b Chesterton

Emma Leech, servant, 18, b Norfolk



Annie Weekly, 46, lodging house keeper, b Norfolk

Ernest R, 13, b Cambridge

Maud M, 8, b Cambridge

Percival R, 2, grandson, b Chesterton


(occupied as photographic studio only)


Charles G Steward, 23, b Norfolk, auctioneer’s clerk

John W, 19, b Norfolk, ?? salesman


Esther Hunter, 66, living on own means


(38 Hills Road)

Frederick William Moore, 35, tobacconist, b Cambridge

Ada, 37, b Balsham

Lilian, 13, b Cambridge

Ivy, 12, b Cambridge

Winnie, 10, b Cambridge

Cyril, 5, b Cambridge

Phyliss, 3, b Cambridge

Leslie, 1, b Cambridge

Elsie, 2ms, b Cambridge


(38 Hills Road)

William Purchas, 60, accountant, b Cambridge

Ellen, 56, b Norfolk


Mrs Powell


Henry B Naylor, b 1894, master builder and undertaker


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