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1 Station Road/61 Hills Road, Great Northern Hotel

History of 1 Station Road

1851

(30 Hills Road)

Andrew Philips, 48, Brewer and Innkeeper, born Essex


1861

tba


1871

Great Northen Hotel

Martin Burn, 37, hotel keeper and brewer, b Newcastle

Martha, 39, b Newcastle

Martha Selkirk, stepdaughter, 19, b Newcastle

Jane Selkirk, stepdaughter, 14, b Essex

William Selkirk, stepson, 10, b Calcutta India

Fanny Selkirk, stepdaughter, 7, b Newcastle

Albert Burn, son, 3, b Cambridge

Mary A Plaister, visitor, 25, dressmaker, b Somerset

George Piper, boarder, 43, commercial traveller in stationery, b Essex

William Cole, servant, 63, brewer’s helper, b Suffolk

Sibratha Cole, servant, 49, b Soham

Anne Wisbey, servant, 22, b Shelford


1881

tba


1891

(61 Hills Road)

Martha Burn, widow, hotel keeper

Albert A, brewer

Robert Edwards, visitor, 40, bank clerk, born Cambridge

Jane D Edwards, visitor, 34, born London

Emily Taylor, servant, born Cambs

Susan Trundler, servant, 19, born Cambs

1901

Albert A Burn

Ada

Ena

Beryl

Annie Wicks, manageress to hotel

Gertrude Smith, servant, 18, housemaid, born London

Ethel Cross, servant, 16, nurse, born Cambs.

Annie Oakett, 22, kitchen maid, born Hunts.

1911

Albert Alexander Burn, 43, hotel proprietor and brewer, born Cambridge

Ada Elizabeth, 43, assisting in business, born Cambridge

Ena Alexander, 15, daughter, born Cambridge

Beryl Ada, 11, daughter, born Cambridge

Audrey Mary Cross, governess, 23, born Sandringham

Annie Maria Wicks, sister in law, 41, manageress, born Cambridge

Dora Annie Doncaster, servant, 26, barmaid in hotel,  born Cambridge

Maud Ager, servant, 19, housemaid, born Cambs.

1913

Albert A Burn, proprietor

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