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40 Hills Road (21)(19)

History of 40 Hills Road



John Clements, 30, grocer

Many Ann

Peter Snow, 25



John Clements, 42, railway clerk, b Meldreth

Mary, 41, b Cambs

Betsey Limwood, 29, servant, b Suffolk



Amelia Swan, upholsterer’s widow

Jane, daughter

Eliza Cornell, servant, 32, b Linton



Amelia Swan, widow

Jane Ann, daughter, 45, annuitant, b Cambridge

Sarah A Clarke, servant, 30, b Histon



Amelia Swan, widow, 87, annuitant, b Cambridge

Fanny Wright, companion, 31, b Little Wilbraham

Fanny Rose, servant, 25, born Middlesex


George Bolton, contractor

Mary Elizabeth

Alice, 1, b Cambridge

Tom, 11 mos,  b Cambridge


George Bolton, 46, b Cambridge, contractor

Mary E, 35, b Cambridge

Jone, 10, b Cambridge

Jack, 7 mos, b Cambridge

Eleanor Seawell, visitor, 43,


Thomas Henry Faber, 45, carman railway company, b Cambridge

Minnie Diana, 42, b Wimpole

Florrie, 16, domestic, b Cambridge

Victor, 2,  b Cambridge

Hilda, 9, b Cambridge

John Diller, boarder, 25, carman railway, b Cambridge

Lenard Hurst, 21, carman railway, b Cambs


T G and W Bolton Bros. furniture removers and carting contractors and coal merchants

T Faber


Percy Waits took over the family outfitters business and in 1936 it moved to 1 Bene’t Street.

The Waits business had started in Sun Street in 1820 but moved to St Ives in 1840.


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