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48 Hills Road (25)(23)

History of 48 Hills Road



Biddy Ford, 77

Margaret, 7

Jane Rutter, 34

William Williams, 41, wine merchant

Sarah, 26

Ellen 3.5,

William, 1.5

Eliza Stapleton, 19, servant


James Taylor, 60, retired builder, born Horningsea

Susannah, 59, b Horningsea



Susanna Taylor, widow, 68, house proprietor, b Horningsea

Sarah W Hicks, niece, 24, b Ickleton



Jonathan Brown, 58, house and landed property, b Over

Jemima, 59, b Cottenham

Etheldra, granddaughter,9, b Waterbeach

Florence, ganddaughter, 6, b Waterbeach

Eliza Daniels, servant, 16, b Bottisham


(25 Hills Road)

Joseph J Newman, 32, brewer and billiards rooms manager, b Essex

Harriett, 34, b Essex

Alice M M, 7, b Linton

Beatrice H, 4, b Cambridge

Annie Day, servant, 15, b Cambridge

Mid 1880s: Richards Philips ran brewery



Charles Gardner, 41, coachman groom, b Essex

Eliza, 41, b Essex

Charles Harvey, 16, plumber, b Cambridge

Rose, 14, b Cambridge

Ethel, 7, b Cambridge

Nellie, 2, b Cambridge


Eliza Serjeant, widow, 69, living on own means, b Cambridge


Benjamin L Bates, 35, butcher, b Luton

Amelia, 34, b Luton

Florence A, 8, b Luton

Horace, 6, b Luton

Hettie, 3,  b Luton

Grace, 1, b Cambridge


Alfred Potts, 35, butcher’s manager, b Northants

Mary Elizabeth, 34, house wife, b Leeds

Thomas Henry Ingham, 10, b Northants

Dorothy Elizabeth, 9, b Northants

Hedley George, 1, b Cambridge

Phyllis May, 5 months, b Cambridge


Eastmans Limited, butchers


J H Dewhurst, butchers

48 Hills Road, 1970 (MoC 6/89/70)


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