Samuel Ellis, head, 41, clerk civil service
Sophia, wife, 42, b Witcham
Sophia, daughter, 12, scholar, b Cambridge
In 1884 Samuel Ellis, clerk to the Cambridge Post Office, gave evidence in the prosecution of William Holloway, dyer, of Chesterton, for embezzlement. (CIP 20.12.1884)
Samuel Ellis, head, 52, post office controller, b Melbourn
Sophie, wife, 53, b Witcham
Sophia J, daughter, 22, b Cambridge
S Julia Ellis, 32, living on own means, b Cambridge
Emmeline Hattersley, visitor, 65, b Yorks
George Munns Hawkes, 32, brewer and manager, b Girton
Florence Ada, b Papworth St Agnes
George Hawkes, brewer
Whitbread and Co, Dales brewery
Mid Anglia Constabulary Traffic Dept and Traffic Wardens
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