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Newnham, Selwyn colleges and Military Hospital circa WWI

11 West Road (New Road), Ingleside

History of 11 West Road

1871 (New Road)

John Banyard, 67, ag lab, b Cherryhinton

Feobe, 67, b Cherryhinton

James, 19, b Cherryhinton

John, 18, b Cherryhinton

1881 (West Road)

Frank Hillier

1891 Ingleside

William Eaden Lilley

West Road OS map 1903

1901 Ingleside

William Eaden Lilley


William Eaden Lilley

Eliza Matilda Cracknell b 1862 West Wratting living at ‘Ingleside’ 11 West Road Cambridge. Single, employed
as a cook. Working for Mr William Eaden Lilley.

In 1891 Eliza was at 3 Harvey Road.

Died a spinster 28/04/1923.
Probate granted 01/06/1923.
Eliza Cracknell of High Street,  Balsham, probate to Emma Daniels (wife of William Daniels)
Effects £621 3s and 4d.

1913 Ingleside

Mrs Lilley


Walter Eaden Lilley

Annie Lilley, b 1877, private means

Kenneth E, b 1911, retail store manager (AFS)

William Howard, b 1914, retail store manager (Red Cross detachment)

Elizabeth Barbara, b 1918 (ARP)


Annie Dickerson, b 1872, cook

Lillie Neaves, b 1899, parlourmaid

Ella Griffith, b 1915, housemaid

1930s – 1950s:

This was the home of the 11th Cambridge St Paul’s Scouts (troop). They moved here from 61 Panton Street.


Mrs Annie Lilley

(11a) Arthur Albert Cooper


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