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88 Hills Road (4 Eastern Terrace)

History of 88 Hills Road

1871

(4 Eastern Terrace)

Elizabeth Phypers, farmer’s widow

Elizabeth

Elizabeth Chandler


1881

(4 Eastern Terrace)

Elizabeth Phypers, retired farmer, Long Stanton

Elizabeth Phypers, 27, b Long Stanton

Elizabeth Chandler, 31, servant, b Girton


1891

Elizabeth Phypers, wid, 70, living on own means, b Longstanton

Elizabeth Phypers, 38, b Lonstanton, living on own means

Sarah J Miller, servant, 22, b Swaffham Prior


1901

John Mellows, 41, ???, b Northants

Haggar, 41, b Bucks

Dennis C, 11, b Northants

Ivy M, 5, b Norfolk

Mellows (boy), 7 days, b Cambridge

Elizabeth Cockerill, sister in law, 43, born Bucks

Sarah A Moody, nurse, 54, b Longstanton

Margaret Wallis, servant, 16, born Waterbeach


1911

Charles Dupont, 66, agricultural engineer, b Suffolk

Joanna, 69, b Chesterton

Maggie J, 39, b Suffolk

Beatrice E, 37, b Suffolk

Ellen Halls, 21, servant, b Cambs


1913

Charles Dupont

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