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66 Hills Road (The House of Commons Public House) (34)

History of 66 Hills Road

1839

James Tofts (Pigot’s Directory)


1851

(Gardner’s Directory) James Newman


1861

(34)

John Windridge, 57, brewer, b Warwicks

Ann, 47, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Clark, daughter in law, 14, b Cambridge

Kate Windridge, daughter, 10, b Cambridge

Ellen Windridge, daughter, 6, b Cambridge


1871

(34)

JamesĀ  Gathercole, 69, inn keeper, b Suffolk

Elizabeth, 46, b Chesterton

James, 19, bookseller’s assistant, b Chesterton

Elizabeth F, 17, dressmaker, b Chesterton

Mary P, 11, b Chesterton

Rebecca Stubbings, 19, servant, b Essex

Annie Harris, boarder, 24, annuitant, b Isle of Wight


1881

William R Harding, publican, 26, b Reach

Elizabeth, 26, b Great Swaffham

James Lane, brother, 15, billiard marker, b Burwell


1891

James Wilfred Giles, 32, publican, b Gloucs.

Sarah A, sister, 23, barmaid, b Gloucs.

Wilfred C, 2,


1901

George Smith, 55, licensed victualler, b Essex

Emma, 53, b Suffolk


1911

George Clifford Lines, 37, publican, b Norfolk

Florence, 52, assisting in business, b Hants

Ethel, 9, b London

George, 8, b London

Thomas Smith, 29, brother in law, groom Royal Service, b Norfolk

Annie Smith, sister, b Norfolk

May Smith, niece, 1, b Norfolk

Florence Frost, servant, 17, b Cambs


1913

G C Line, House of Commons


1969 pub closed

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