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72 - 80 Hills Road, 1972 (MoC40/72)

80 Hills Road (5 Dorset Terrace)

History of 80 Hills Road

1871 (5 Dorset Terrace)

Stansfield J Rutter, 34, corn merchant, b Suffolk

Harriet Ann, 29, b Lincs

Arthur, 4, b Norfolk

Emily Hettie, 3,b Norfolk

John Earnest, 2, b Cambridge

Edith Maria, 4 mos, b Cambridge

Fanny Codling, 17, nursemaid, b Norfolk

Eliza Dack, 20, servant, b Norfolk

1881 (5 Dorset Terrace)

Stansfield J Rutter, 43, corn merchant




Ernest J

Edith M

Alice, 8, b Cambridge

Beatrice L, 5, b Cambridge

Florence, 1, b Cambridge

Mary Careless, 17, nursemaid, b Over

Esther Ashman, 20, servant, b Swaffham Bulbeck


Sarah E M Jones, 59, living on her own means, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, sister, 59, b Suffolk, deaf dumb and blind

Leah Benjamin, companion, 49,  b Canada

Ann Rolfe, 21, servant, b Cambridge


Louisa M Boning, single, 60, living on own means, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Ison, servant, 34, b Cambridge


Alice Maud Granger, 43, let appartments, b Great Shelford

Bertha Granger, 47, sister, b Great Shelford

Emily Jane Granger, sister, 41, b Great Shelford

Edward James Granger, brother, 39, waiter, b Great Shelford

Grace Eliza Mason, boarder, 64, retired C E G M S missionary, born Suffolk

William Arnold Granger, nephew, 7, born Chesterton

Lily May Diaper, servant, 17, servant, b Suffolk


Granger, nurse


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