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The Vineyard, Willingham OS 1885

The Vineyards, Long Lane, Willingham

History of the Vineyard

1881:

Harry G Few, corn merchant and farmer of 70 acres

Mary Ann

Mary Cornelia, 7, b Willingahm

Alice E C, 5,

Hilda C

John E, 3, b Willingham

Harry C, 2,

Constance C, 6 ms, b Willingham

Caroline P Southwell, visitor, 28, b Middlesex

Annie M Southwell, visitor, 27, b Middlesex

Mary Anne Cole, 26, governess, b Surrey

Mary Anne Norman, 20, housemaid, b Norfolk

Elizabeth Flint, 27, cook, b Godmanchester

Elizabeth Holmes, 20, nursemaid, b Norfolk

In 1871 the Few family were living on Main Street, Willingham


1891:

Harry G Few, 42, corn merchant and farmer,  b Willingham

Mary A, 39,  b St Ives

Alice E C, 15, b Willingham

Hilda C, 14, b Willingham

Harry C, 12, b Willingham

Constance C, 10, b Willingham

Mabel C, 8, b Willingham

Susanna Prentice, 30, lodger, 30, teacher, b Belfast

James Carwath, visitor, 36, baptist minister, b Cornwall

Harriet A Hazell, 20, housemaid, b Willingham

Selina Gartland, 32, cook, b Lincs

In 1901 the family were living in Grange Road, Cambridge.

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