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73 Hills Road, (14 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 73 Hills Road


Adelaide Woolley, widow, 51, annuitant, born Hants

Josephine, 27, born Essex

Blanche, 22, born Yorks

Gertrude, 20, born Hammersmith

Bernard, 14, born Kent

Charlotte Munns, 16, servant, born Cambridge


Sarah Ellis, widow, 66, living on own means, born Cambridge

William H, 33, coal merchant’s assistant, born Cambs.

Rebecca, servant, 20, born L Abington


Sarah Ellis, widow, 76, living on own means, born Cambridge

William H Ellis, 43, born Cambs

Kate Aves, servant, 18, born Isleham


Robert Jackson, 57, college servant unemployed labourer, born Cambridge

Elizabeth, 61, (6 children, 4 died), born Cambridge

Ernest Arthur, 30, unemployed building clerk, born Cambridge

Herbert Walter, 28, grocer’s warehouseman cooperative stores, born Cambridge

Louisa Frances Jackson, daughter in law, 31, born Harpenden

John Back, boarder, 22, merchants clerk potato merchant, born Bromley

Eliza Woolliscroft, 90, widow, boarder, born Beds

Charlotte Anne Wheeler, lodger, 75,  retired, born Sussex




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