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89 Hills Road, (6 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 89 Hills Road


Thomas Tofts, 46, printer, born Cambridge

Isabella, 43, born Glasgow

Thomas Sinclair, 20, undergraduate Cambridge University, born Cambridge

Elizabeth Ann, 19, born Cambridge

Arthur, 18, printer apprentice, born Cambridge

Edward, 16, bookseller, born Cambridge

Ellen, 20, born Girton, servant


Frederick Tho Mast, 35, coal agent, born Kent

Ada, 35, born Putney

Charles F, 6, born Essex

Ethel M, 2, born Essex

Lizzie Bard, 15, servant, Gt Chesterford


Frederick T Mast, coal traveller


Edith M

Arthur G H, 7,

Matilda Forman, servant, 21,


Frederick T Mast, coal agent


Edith M

Arthur G H, grocer’s assistant

Maud E Cox, servant, 16


Frederick Thomas Mast, widower, 65, coal agent

Edith Mary, student part time painting

Ellen Matilda Berrisford, 44, servant, housekeeper private house, born Ely

Maud Webb, 19, servant, born Bourne


Frederick T Mast


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