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85 Hills Road, (8 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 85 Hills Road


James Hugh Knight, 37, superintendent P O telegraphs, born Brighton

Bessie, 42, born Devon

George Hugh, 8, born Chester

Charles William, 6, born Chester

Amelia Ann, 13, born Greenwich

Gertrude Mary, 4, born Chester

Eliza Heath, servant, 25, born Cambs


Sarah Anne Hughes, widow, 63, interest of money, born Haddenham

Arthur William, 28, mechanical engineer, born Haddenham

Martin, 26, schoolmaster undergraduate Camb Univty, born Haddenham

Sarah B, 23, born Haddenham

Sidney Ed., 17, architects pupil, born Haddenham

Martha C Freeman, visitor, 54, born Suffolk

Kezia Wilson, 28, servant, born Girton


Anna Martin, widow, 50, lodging house keeper, born Norfolk

Gerald H, 18, draper’s apprentice, born Fulham

Marie A, 17, governess, born Fulham

Reginald, 11, born Fulham

Hugh, 10, born Fulham

Harold S, 6, born Fulham

Edith Smith, 14, servant, born Suffolk


Emily Barber, 62, living on own means, born Cambs

Fanny Feetham, 24, servant, born Oakington


Charles Burleigh, 76, retired farmer, born Gt Chesterford

Sarah, 62, born Gt Chesterford


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