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255 Hills Road, St Margaret’s/Belvedere

History of 255 Hills Road


Absent: Wilmot Eardley Bryan b 1863. Margaret Ellin Lewis was his second wife whom he married in 1906. He died in 1935. Educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, he was principal at Monkton Combe School, Bath.

Margaret E Bryan, married, 39, born Wales

Edward, 8, born Cheshire

Reginald Guy, 4, born Beds.

Eardley Wilmot, 4, born Beds.

Thomas Blomfield, 2 1/2, born Hunstanton

Nesta Joan, 5 mos, born Cherry Hinton

Jane Lewis, sister, 35, borh Wales

Nell Lewis, sister, 33, nurse professional, born Wales

Kate Lincey, 19, servant, nurse domestic, born Cambridge

Agens carrier, 25, servant, cook, born Cottenham

Lily Norman, 22, servant, housemaid, born Littleport

1913 vacant


Gladys Hawkes, daughter of Percy Hawkes, reported in press to have died.




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