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81 Hills Road, (10 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 81 Hills Road


Algernon Lyon, 26, solicitor in practice, born Cambridge

Mary E, 27, born Cambridge

jasper, 3, born Yorks.

Algernon, 2, born Cambridge

Winifred M, 1, born Cambridge

Eliza Prior, 18, servant, born Duxford


George Cornell, 74, living on own means, born Suffolk

Ellen, 61, born Cambs.

Philip R, 20, assistant teacher boarding school, born Fordham


Ellen Cornell, widow, 71, Univ. lodging house

Caroline Hunt, servant, 36, born Histon


Charles Bass, 40, agent insurance, born Impington

Alice Elizabeth, 41, born Islington

Jack, 18, clerk insurance, born Cambridge

Harold James, 16, cooks apprentice, born Brighton

Sidney Charles, 14, booksellers apprentice, born Brighton

Kathleen Alice, 12, born Cambridge

Ellen Mary, 12, born Cambridge

Florence Edith, 10,  born Cambridge

Alfred Southwick, 35, sculptor, born Sunderland (Born 1875, he was a sculptor and painter of religious subjects. He died in 1944.)

Ernest Harry Wallis, 24, clerk civil service, born Brighton

Edward Prince, 67, traveller patent wagon moves [?], born Lancs.


Charles Bass, storekeeper


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