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41 Hills Road (52/36), Beechwood, Beechwood Complementary Medical Centre

History of 41 Hills Road


(36 Hills Road)

George Livett, gentleman income from land and houses

Emily H

Emily S

George C

Sarah Woods, 41, servant

Ann Woods, 30, servant, born Hunts

Martha Rider, 30, servant, born Cambridge



(52 Hills Road)

George Levett, 59, land proprietor and fund holder, born St Neots

Emily H, 42

Emily S, 12

George C, 11

Jessie A Levett, 9, born Cambridge

James J W Levett, 5, born Cambridge

Sarah Woods, 50, housemaid, born Hunts

Lucy Whiffen, 23, cook, born Linton

Letitia B Marriott, nursemaid, born Hunts



(52 Hills Road)

Emily Hannah Levett, 52, widow, landowner

Emily Sarah

George Chaplin Levett, son, 21, solicitor’s articled clerk BA Cambridge law student, born Cambridge

Sarah Woods, 60, housemaid, born Hants

Susan Flack, 24, cook, born Gt Wilbraham



(52 Hills Road)

Emily H Levett, investments in houses land

Emily S

Jessie A, 29, born Cambridge

James J W, student in law undergraduate

Sarah Woods, 72, housekeeper, born Hunts

Mary E Bridgeman, 25, cook, born Ely

Amelia Jakes, 19, needlewoman, born Willingham




Emily H Levett, 72, living on own means, born Fulbourn

Emily S, daughter, 42, born Cambridge

James J W, 35, barrister at law, born Cambridge

Alice E Vale, 20, servant, born West Wratting

Amelia L Duce, 21, servant, born Chippenham



Frederick  W Woodward, 40, postmaster of Cambridge, born Kensington

Eleanor A, 41, born Kensington

Egbert A, 14, born Hammersmith

Marjorie, 10, born Hammersmith

Dorothy C, 7, born Hammersmith

Martha C S Coleman, sis in law, 44, born Kensington

Minnie Rolfe, servant, 21, servant, born Cambridge

In 1901 there is no building at the same location as the 1913 building. On 1901 OS map the building is set back from the road.



E McClure Campbell L.R.C.P. and S.E., physician and surgeon

In 1911 the Campbell family were living at 12 Lyndewode Road



Edward McClure Campbell

Matilda Beatrice Campbell

Dennis McClaure Campbell

Ivy Ellen Turner


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