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167 Hills Road, Lansdowne Road

History of 167 Hills Road


Charlotte Hopkins, widow, 82, living on own means, born Cambridge

Allan M., 43, private secretary, born Leics.

Beatrice M Harvey, 23, servant, born Suffolk


James Bacon Rampling, 57, draper, born Essex

Alice, 57, born Suffolk

Stanley, 28, son, surgical appliance maker, born Cambridge

Edgar Franklyn Odell Pain, 44, visitor, private means, born Cambridge

Mary Hillier Rampling, daughter, 26, born Cambridge

Emma Frost, 27, servant, born Norfolk

The Rampling family lived in 1901 at 27 Trinity Street

In 1940 Stanley was working from 8 Market Street



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