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94 Hills Road (36)

History of 94 Hills Road



William Clear, 54, corn merchant, b Shepreth

Ruth, 59, b Cambridge

Ellen, 14, b Little Shelford

Mary, 21, b Little Shelford

Charles M Woods, grandson, 2, b Cambridge

Catharine Stiff, 18, servant, b Herts, cook

Eliza Hularici, 17, servant, b Cambs, housemaid

Maud Chaberlain, 18, servant, b Melbourn, nursemaid

Ann E Frost, 15, servant, b Cambs



Edward P G Headley, 28, agricultural implement manufacturer, b Cambridge

Fanny E, 26, b Cornwall

Charles B, 3, b Cambridge

Florence Headley, 2, b Cambridge

Alice G, 9m, b Cambridge

Julia Hayden, 19, servant, b Thriplow

Elizabeth Hills, 15, servant, b Cambridge


Fanny T Abbott, 63, unmarried, b Cambridge

Ann E, 58, sister, b Cambridge

Alexander E, brother, 56, b Cambridge

Frederica, 54, sister, b Cambridge

Catherine, sister, 45, b Cambridge

Susan Mathew, servant, 61, cook, b Grantchester

Caroline Dickerson, 21, house maid, b Abington


William Henry Apthorpe, brewer wine and spirit merchant

[He owned the Albion Brewery in Coronation Street]


Henry H, 27, brewer and wine merchant, b Cambridge

Mary Chapman, 26, servant, b Hunts

Wallis H Cooke, page, 13, b Cambs


William H Apthorpe, 67, living on own means


Florence Aymler, servant, 24, born Norfolk


William Henry Apthorpe, 77, no occupation, b Cambridge

Ellen, 72, b Mildenhall

Lizzie Jane Barber,31, servant, b Peterborough


William H Apthorpe

William and Ellen Apthorpe are buried at Mill Road Cemetery


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