Alexander MacIntosh, ironmonger brazier master employing 17 men and 4 boys
William, 9, born Cambridge
Charles James, 8, born Cambridge
Lillian, 4, born Cambridge
Beatrice Hemington, 2, born Cambridge
Sarah Stanley, servant, 22, cook, born Cambridge
May Anne Green, 22, nurse, born Gloucs.
Elizabeth Benton, servant, 16, born Cambridge
Marian, 26, born Cambridge
Florence, 25, governess, born Cambridge
Alex, 21, son, ironmonger, born Cambridge
Rachel, 17, born Cambridge
Eleanor, 16, born Cambridge
Beatrice, 12, born Cambridge
Malcolm, 10, born Cambridge
Duncan, 9, born Cambridge
Sidney, 8, born Cambridge
Mary Shortride, niece, 18, [???], born Durham
Charlotte Harmer, servant, 23, housemaid, born Norfolk
Fanny Pateman, servant, 20, housemaid, born Cambs
Beatrice, 22, born Cambridge
Herbert, nephew, 20, ironmonger’s assistant, born New Zealand
Beatrice Gifford, servant, 18, cook, born Little Shelford
Sarah Ann Willmott, 17, housemaid, born Haslingfield
Alexander Macintosh, 73, ironmonger, born Cambridge
Ann, 70, born Over
James Latham, son in law, provision merchant, born Scotland
Marian Latham, daughter, 47, born Cambridge
Florence Mail, daughter, 45, born Cambridge
Helen Kester, 21, housemaid, born Teversham
Alice Chamberlain, 28, cook, born Shepreth
Thomas McKenny Hughes, 78, professor in the University of Cambridge, born Wales
Mary Caroline Hughes, wife, 48, born Ravensworth Westmoreland
George Ravensworth Hughes, 22, articled clerk to solicitors, born Cambridge
Alice Dean, servant, 45, cook, born Quy
Maud Mallowes, servant, 33, parlour maid, born Comberton
Florence Casburn, servant, 25, housemaid, born Burwell
Dorothy Nightingale, servant, 17, kitchenmaid, born Girton
(In 1901 the family were living at 18 Hills Road.)
Thomas McKenny Hughes, MA, FRS, FSA, Woodwardian Professor of Geology.
Thomas M Hughes (1832-1917) was a Welsh geologist. He had worked as a geological surveyor from 1861 to 1873 and he lived in 1873 in Sedburgh, Westmoreland. He died at home in 1917, his wife a year later.
Mary Hughes was also a geologist and in 1909 co-authored with her husband the ‘Cambridgeshire’ volume of the Cambridge County Geography series. professors in the university had not been permitted to marry until 1882. In that year she married Thomas Hughes and she herself became an influential figure in the development of the Department of Geology.
His son Thomas McKenny Hughes was an architect who joined the 53rd Squadron Royal Air Force in WWI. He died 6 February 1918 while on a photographic patrol when the plane he was in was brought down by machine gun fire.
Thomas McKenny Hughes: [Listed as HUGHES, Thomas McKenny on CWGC] Lieutenant, 53 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps and King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Died 6th February 1918. Aged 34. Son of Professor T. McKenny Hughes and Mary Caroline Hughes, of Cambridge. Buried in LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Section XXVII. Plot F. Row F. Grave 9. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)
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