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House of Commons, Hills Road (MoC153.70)

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

History of 66 Hills Road


James Tofts (Pigot’s Directory)


(Gardner’s Directory) James Newman



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



James  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


William R Harding, publican, 26, b Reach

Elizabeth, 26, b Great Swaffham

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


James Wilfred Giles, 32, publican, b Gloucs.

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

Wilfred C, 2,


George Smith, 55, licensed victualler, b Essex

Emma, 53, b Suffolk


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


G C Line, House of Commons

1969 pub closed


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