Elizabeth ‘Bessie’ Jones, daughter of dentist John Jones. She died in 1904 at the age of 84. She had been deaf and blind from the age of two and a half. There is a memorial stained glass window to her in St Paul’s Church, Hills Road. She was living at 13 Lyndewode Road in 1901.
Robert H Ingram, 76, teacher of music, b Cambridge
Perceval C H, 31, teacher of music, b Cambridge
Barbara M, 30, b Cambridge
Dorothy M, 20, b Cambridge
Florence M Burges, boarder, 23, dressmaker, b Herts
Margaret B Brown, boarder, 17, typist, b Cambridge
Sarah C Tod, 14, b Northants
Mary R Tod, boarder, 12, b Northants
Ernest Henderson, 32, grocer, b Cambs
Florence Alpha, 29, b Cambridge
Doreen Alpha, 6, b Cambridge
Harold Ernest, 4 mos, b Cambridge
Hilda Kate Coleman, servant, 18, servant, b Cambridge
Ernest Henderson, grocer
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