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5 (66) Hills Road, Pendeen House

History of 5 Hills Road

Built 1860


(65 Hills Road)

James Hall, 36, gardener, born Middlesex

Mary, 46, born Cambs


(65 Hills Road)

George Davies, 70, retired rear Admiral and County Chief Constable, born Somerset

Julia [nee Hume], 68, born Chelsea

Gerald S, 25, Bachelor of Arts, born Scotland

Louise E B Watson, visitor, 29, born Surrey

Emma Ayres, 26, cook, born Cambridge

Emily Noble, 26, housemaid, born Peterborough

George Davies was the father of Augusta Webster (1837-1894) English poet and novelist. She married Thomas Webster, solicitor and law lecturer in Cambridge, in 1863.


(66 Hills Road)

Mary Dibley, 31, housemaid, born Hants

Grace Dibley, 20, cook, born Hants


Mollison family move here from 78 Hills Road.

In 1890 the Mollison family move to 5 Cranmer Road.



Elizabeth Hart, 21, cook, born Norfolk

Florence Lander, 23, parlour maid, born Cambs

Sarah Gosse, 20, nurse, born Norfolk




Alice Gibbs, 58, single, private means, born Christ Church Vicarage City of London

Hannah Augusta Gibbs, sister, 61, private means, born Christ Church Vicarage City of London

Ellen Joanna Gibbs, 62, sister, 62, private means, born Christ Church Vicarage City of London

Mary Ann Payne, 40, housemaid, born Cambs

Mary Elizabeth Jacklin, 31, cook, born Cambs

1913 (Pendeen House)

The Misses Gibbs



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