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71 Hills Road, (15 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 71 Hills Road


Mary Bird, 64, married, born Norfolk

Agnes Bird, 31, born Norfolk

Lizzie A J, 25, born Norfolk


James C Mannooch, 49, District Locomotive Superintendent, born London

Frances, 59, born Kent

Adelaide Mannooch, niece, 19, born West Ham, dressmaker’s apprentice


Samuel Speller, 34, commercial traveller, born Hunts

Emma J, 32, born Suffolk

Sybil M, 2, born Cambridge

Ernest J, 1, born Cambridge

Rose Jones, 18, servant, born Cambridge


Amy Hayhoe, 42, trained sick nurse, born Liverpool

Lottie Cornwell, servant, 20, born Bottisham


Mrs A Hayhoe


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