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92 Hills Road, Fern House (35)

History of 92 Hills Road



William Cole, 74, retired farmer, b Coton

Elizabeth, 71, b Cambs

Anne, 36, b Cambs

Ann Marsh, 22, servant


Elizabeth Cole, farmer’s widow, b Cambs

May, 54, b Swavesey

Ann, 48, b Oakington

Sarah, 40, b Oakington

Emma Law, 19, servant, b Cambs


(35 Hills Road)

Elizabeth Cole, widow, 91, b Oakington

Mary, 59, b Oakington

Ann, 56, b Oakington

Sarah, 45, b Oakington

Kate King, 27, visitor, farmer’s daughter, b Longstanton

Susan Easy, 34, servant, b Hauxton


Mary Cole

Ellen King, niece, 36, b Longstanton

Maria Easy, 48, servant, b Hauxton


Mary Cole, 85, living on own means, b Swavesey

Harriet Linton, sister, 74, living on own means, b Oakington

Maria Easy, 58, servant, b Hauxton


(Fern House)

Mary Ann Toolis, 47, b Yorkshire

James Hollingworth Toolis, 17, b Yorkshire

May Hollingworth Toolis, 15, b Cambs

Betty Hollingworth, mother, 79, widow, b Yorkshire

Ellen Nann, servant, 36, widow, b Kent


Toolis, Thomas Smith, BA

Roland George Ingle: Second Lieutenant, 10th (Grimsby Chums) Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action Lochnagar Crater, Somme, 1st July 1916. Aged 30. Son of Robert and Harriet Alice Ingle, 92, Hills Road, Cambridge. Buried in Becourt Military Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt, Plot I. Row R. Grave 26. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour) The Ingle family had previously lived at 3 Shaftesbury Road.


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