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79 Hills Road, (11 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 79 Hills Road


James Pryor, 79, retired fishmonger, born Cambridge

Easther, daughter, 37, born Cambridge

James Pryor’s shop was at 27 Petty Cury. This is his address in 1871.


Edmund W Harry, 46, civil engineer, born Swansea

Margaret J, 42, born London

Norman G, 13, born Harrogate

Ethel M M Beer, niece, 14, born Glamorgan

Maud M Wharton, niece, 8, born Notts

Rebecca A Moden, servant, 19, born Ely


Harriet Haslewood, widow, 50, lodging house keeper, born Suffolk

Edith E, 15, born Newmarket

Charles H, 14, railway clerk, born Cambs

William Atkinson, boarder, 42, Inland Revenue Officer, born Leeds

Mary Ann Smith, boarder, widow, 75, living on own means, born Cottenham


Harriet Haslewood, 61, widow

Edith Emma, milliner

Albert William Lines, boarder, 29, post office 3rd class clerk engineer, born Islington

William Edward Gibbard, 25, post office 3rd class clerk engineer, born Essex

Mary Ann Smith, lodger, widow


Mrs Haslewood

Mrs Smith


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