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56 Hills Road (29)

History of 56 Hills Road



Alan Mc Cormack, 45, cook, b Ireland

Hugh, brother, 29, b Liverpool, GER guard

Susan, sister, 31, b Liverpool, cook

Joseph, nephew, 17, b Liverpool, engine fitter assistant

James, nephew, 11, b Liverpool

Mary A, niece, 14, b Liverpool, servant

Charlotte Finch, 75, boarder, b Cambridge, servant

Thomas Huchin, 17, boarder, b Herts, wood carver’s apprentice

Mary Venos, 44, boarder, b Middlesex, teacher of music and singing



William H Constable, 40, artist in stained glass, b Bury St Edunds

Mary Ann, 41, b Cambridge

Caroline Emma, 15, b Cambridge

Alice Julia, 10, b Warwicks

Ernest William, 8, b Warwick

(W H Constable was responsible for some of the windows in Great Shelford parish church)


(29 Hills Road)

George Jacob, 39, carpenter and joiner, b Hunts

Annie, 39, b Cambs

William N, carpenter’s apprentice

George H, 13, b London


William N Jacob, 26, builder & undertaker, b London

Ellen, 26, b Cambridge

Max Mandl, lodger, 31, mathematician, b Austria




Harold S Driver, picture framer

E C Jones, corn merchant

F Smart, corn merchant

Frank Waters, architect

1936, Blue Book

1962: 56 / 60

H Drake, cycle engineer


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