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The Hall, Milton

The Hall, Milton

History of The Hall, Milton

Listed building:

Small country house. c.1772, built for Rev Dr Knight, Canon of Ely. Gault brick, stone dressings.

1891 census

James V Pryor, herring merchant

Elizabeth F

Grafton D, 8, born Cambridge

Mary E H,

Ethel F O,

Elizabeth Goodman, widow, 61, servant, born Lincoln

Matulda Swann, 26, servant, born Bury St Edmunds

Sarah Matthews, 30, servant, born Sawston

Ellen Souter, 18, servant, born Cambridge

1901 census

James Valentine Pryor, 63, fish merchant, born Cambridge

Elizabeth Fanny, 46, born Notts

Mary E H, 15, born Cambridge

Ethel J D, 13, born Cambridge

George H D, 6, born Cambridge

James W, 4, born Cambridge

Sarah Matthews, 39, nurse domestic, born Sawston

Elizabeth Bowers, 31, cook, born Essex

Elizabeth A Jackson, 28, parlourmaid, born Hunts

Ada Rignell, 19, housemaid, born Longstanton

Kate Muncey, 16, general servant, born Chesterton

In 1911 James Pryor and family are living back in Cambridge at Furness Lodge.


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