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50 Hills Road (26)(24)

History of 50 Hills Road



Susannah Kearley, 55,

Frances Patrick, 7

Ann Houlden, 35


Biddy Ford, widow, 64, b Cambridge, retired draper

Mary Anne Ford granddaughter, 19, dressmaker,

Margaret Sewell, servant, 40, b Norfolk



Edward Bell, 34, corn and seed merchant, b Cambridge [in 1841 he was at 3 Free School Lane]

Rebecca A, 32, b Cambridge

Maria Rule, servant, 20, b Fulbourn

In 1871 the family were at 33 Bridge Street.



Anna Page, 82, annuitant, b Cambridge

Jemima Candle, 25, servant, b Longstanton


(26 Hills Road)

William T See, clerk organist

Sarah E, lodging house keeper

Mary Ann Stubbings, grandmother, widow, 70, property owner, b Cambridge


William Thomas See, 29, organist music teacher, b Cambridge

Sarah Elizabeth See, mother, widow, 60, living on own means, b Cambridge

Ellen Perry, visitor, 26, b Cambridge

Bertha Ann Unwin, visitor, 21, b Cambs

Frederick F Liddle, boarder, 23, ironmonger’s manager, b Essex

Cecelia Northrup, servant, 17, b Harston


Miriam Delph, daughter, 18, b Cambridge, post office clerk

Beatrice, 14, b Cambridge, shop assistant

Sidney B, 13, b Cambridge

Leonard W, 9, b Cambridge

Goodson C, 7, Cambridge

John E, 5, b Cambridge

Louisa Mixton, mother in law, 68, b Suffolk


(The Cam Stores Fruit and Confectionery)

Whybro Drake, 53, fruiterer and confectioner, born Cambs

Fanny A, 56, b Herts

Sidney J, 26, grocer’s assistant, born Cambs

Cecil J, 21, assistant in business, b Cambs

Maude A, 20, b Cambs


Whybro Drake, florist fruiterer and confectioner


(50a) Lilian M Reeds, b 1885, daily cook paid



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