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96, 98, 100 Hills Road, January 1975.Note milestone on Station roundabout. (MoC120/75)

98 Hills Road, Fernleigh House (38)

History of 98 Hills Road



Mary Flitton, 69, widow, gentlewoman, b Hunts

Elizabeth, 33, b Hunts

May Wiles, 44, brewer’s wife, b Beds

John Savill, 63, commission agent, b Hunts

Susan Pull, 21, servant, b Norfolk

Eliza Goat, 34, nurse, b Norfolk



Henry Granger, 21, landowner 150 acres, b Cambs

Anna, 29, b Suffolk

(infant) Granger, 3 weeks, b Cambridge

Sarah Jane Granger, aunt, 57, b Cambs

Vine Marrian, monthly nurse, 58, b Suffolk

Esther Mortlock, seervant, 19, b Suffolk


(38 Hills Road)

Lucy Cole, 62, widow, pawnbroker, b Suffolk

Lucy, 35, b Surrey

Margaret, 30, b Cambridge

Harry, 29, draper, b Cambridge

Richard T, 24, draper, b Cambridge

Harriet Missing, servant, 20, b Fulbourn


Ernest F Powers, 50, living on own means, b NK

Sophie Rodwell, servant, 23,  b Suffolk

Matilda Matthews, servant, 22, b Fulbourn


Felix W Morley, 45, organist and musical composer, b Bassingbourn

Sarah, 48, b Cheshire

Esther C, 17, b cambridge

Rachel H, 16,  b Cambridge

Adela G, 12, born Cambridge

Denys W, 10, born Cambridge

Mercy Munns, 23, servant, b Cambs

(archives of Felix W Morley are held by the Cambridge University Library)


Arthur John Bradford Green, 27, school master Perse School, born London

Euphemia Hill Macallum, widow, matron, b Glasgow

Albert Marie Malle, visitor, 43, consulting engineer, b France

Marie Pierre Malle, boarder, 14, b France

Frederick Francis Wentworth Harvey, boarder, 9, b London

Norah Mary Kathleen Elliott, 26, visitor, hospital nurse Cambridge Priory Nursing home, b Ireland

Rhoda Elizabeth Pratt, 26, servant, b Longstanton


J B Green

Mrs McCullam


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