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St Paul’s Place, Hills Road (61/60a) (45)

History of St Paul's Place

1841

(45) Wilkins

1851

Wilkins

1861

(61 Hills Road)

Ann Wilkins, livery stable keeper

Selina Crofts

Clement S Drage, 49, proprietor of houses, born London


1871

(60a Hills Road)

Ann Wilkins, 80, cab and fly proprietress employing 2 men as drivers

Selina Crofts, servant


1881

(61 Hills Road)

Ann Wilkins, widow, 90, fly proprietor, born Norfolk

Selina Crofts, 41, servant, born Ely


1891

(St Paul’s Place)

Elizabeth Clarke, widow, 65, living on own means, born Cambridge

Rudyard C Goodes, boarder, 26, living on own means, born Sydney Australia

Selina Crofts, 52, cook, born Ely

Eliza Mallow, 25, servant, born Comberton


1891

(St Paul’s Place Layton’s Stables)

Robert Coleman, 26, coachman, born Cambridge


1901

Frederick Thomas Holden, livery stable keeper

Ann Sarah

Walter F C Holden, 18, architect’s pupil, born Scotland

Mary B Holden, 13, born Scotland

Selina Crofts, 61, cook, born Ely

Charlotte Mansfield, 20, housemaid, born Sawston


1911

Frederick Thomas Holden, 57, jobmaster, born Cambridge

Ann Sarah Holden, 59, born Cambridge

Mary Beatrice, 23, governess, born Edinburgh

Lily Samuel, 25, servant, born Hauxton


1913

Robert Layton & Co, cab proprietors

F T Holden

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