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91 Hills Road, (5 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 91 Hills Road


George Mackay, 30, Inland Revenue Officer Excise Branch, born Maldon

Mary Ann

Mary Caroline

Harry Augustus

Elizabeth Fanny

Edith Agnes, 11 mos, born Cambridge


Mary Anne Mackay, widow, 39, lodging house keeper, born Newcastle

Mary C, 19, daughter, born Scotland

Elizabeth F, 13, born Cambridge

Harry A, 16, ironmongers clerk, born Cambridge

Percy R, 8, born Cambridge

Charles B, 3, born Cambridge


Arthur Gray, 39, university servant, born Cambridge

Lucy J, 45, born Harston

Harry H, 10, born Cambridge

Emma Wragg, aunt, 68, born Royston

Ann Marley, nurse, 38, born Swavesey

Sarah J Dickerson, servant, 16, born Bottisham

Sarah A Beecham, visitor, 14, born Cambridge


Ernest R Marsh, 42, living on own means, born Herts

Annie, 32, born Herts

Raymond R, 11, born Herts

Gertrude D, 10, born Herts

Percy, 9, born Herts

Henry Shinar, boarder, 29, grocer’s manager, born Norfolk

Rose Bareford, servant, 22, born Swaffham


Harriett Ingrey, 77, widow, private means, born Comerton

Alice May Hill, 21, servant, born Linton


Mrs Ingrey


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