Robin Hood Cottages – these are being built at the time of the 1881 Census.
Robert J Hardy, 39, Painter, b. Cambridge
Louisa A Hardy, 38, b. Sawston, Cambs
Arthur C Hardy, 9, Scholar, b. Cambridge
Cecil A Hardy, 6, Scholar, b. Cambridge
Ada Hardy, 3, Scholar, b. Cambridge
Robert John Hardy, 49, painter, b. Cambridge
Louise Annie Hardy, 48, b. Sawston
Cecil A Hardy, 16, butcher’s assistant, b. Cambridge
Ada Hardy, 13, b. Cambridge
Florence Cornella Hardy, 5, b. Cambridge – Florence died in 1903, aged just seven. She is buried in Mill Road Cemetery.
Robert John Hardy, head, 62, married, painter and glazier, b. Cambridge
Louise Annie Hardy, wife, 58, married, b. Sawston, Cambridgeshire
Arthur Charles Hardy, son, 28, porter in joiner [?] shop, b. Cambridge
Ada Hardy, daughter, 23, book sewer, bookbinding, b. Cambridge
Married 29 years, 4 children of which 1 died
Robert and Louisa are buried in Mill Road Cemetery.
Source – 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911 UK Census, Mill Road Cemetery,
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