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99 Hills Road, (1 Eastbourne Terrace)

History of 99 Hills Road

Eastbourne Terrace can be see on the east side of Hills Road, just south of Station Road on the 1881 OS Map.


Mary Custance, widow,  annuitant

Ann, annuitant

Maude May Shaw, visitor, 4, born York

Margaret Hart, 18, servant, born Bottisham


Mary Custance, 80, clergyman’s widow, born Hunts

Ann, 50, daughter, clergyman’s daughter, born Cambs

Agnes Gilby, 17 servant, born Cambridge


Ann Beckett, 64, sister to Mr Kelly, wid, born Lincs

Flora Walton, servant, 16, born Cambs


Frederic B Kelly, widower, 65, District Superintendent Gt North. Railway, born Lincoln

Ann Beckett, sister, widow, 74, living on own means, born Lincoln

Louisa Lemney, sister in law, 57, living on own means, born Kent

Mehetabel Langford, 27,  servant, born Cambs


Frederick Bosnell Kelly, 75, retired railway district superintendent

Louise Lemmey, 68, housekeeper

Mehetabel Langford, 39,





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