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90 Hills Road, Camden House (5 Eastern Terrace)

History of 90 Hills Road

1871

(5 Eastern Terrace)

Francis Thoday, builder

Caroline

Sarah Elizabeth, 10, b Cambridge

Frank S, 9, b Cambridge

Minnie Ann, 3, b Cambridge

Alice Tofts, 17, b Saffron Walden

Miriam Briggs, 22, b Linton

(It was in 1879 that Francis Thoday acquired much of the Romsey area for development. This led to the creation of ‘Thoday Street’.)


1881

(5 Eastern Terrace)

Francis Thoday, builder and contractor

Caroline

Selina Whybrow, servant, 24, housemaid, b Willingham

Sarah R Wells, servant, 22, cook, b Littleport


1891

(Camden House)

Francis Thoday, builder & contractor, brick manufacturer

Caroline

Minnie A

Annie E Corby, visitor, 24,

Alexander Grant, visitor, 24, teacher of mathematics B A, b Wimpole

Ellen E J Cooper, servant, 17, housemaid, b London

M Ransom, 23, servant, cook, b Stapleford


1901

Frances Thoday, 76, retired builder, b Willingham

Caroline, 76, b Willingham

Nora C, granddaughter, 21, b Cambridge

Martha Whitehead, servant, 65, b Isleham, nurse

Mary A Turner, 21, b Suffolk, housemaid

Iac?? Mascall, 17, b Chesterton, cook


1911

Mary Mead, 37, parlour maid, b Meldreth

Edith Alice Walton, 38, cook, b Lowestoft

Kate Knott, 23, housemaid, b Devon


1913

Camden House

occupant not known

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