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187 Hills Road (Inisfail/Hermaion)

Historical notes about 187 Hills Road


Emma Westwood, servant, cook, 36, born Little Shelford

Francis Chapman, servant, 18, housemaid, born Barrington


Alfred Haddon55, reader in ethnology University, born London

Fanny, 53, born Bedford

Ernest, 28, born Co. Dublin

Emma Westwood, 46, cook, born Little Shelford

Louisa Dockrill, 21, servant, born Cambridge

This was the home of the distinguished anthropologist Alfred Court Haddon (1855-1940). He studied zoology at Cambridge and became a friend of John Holland Rose (later professor of Naval History) whose sister he married in 1883.

Sources: UK census



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