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London North Western Railway by Unknown - Original publication: c.1846 - 1922

130 -138 Hills Road, Oxford House

History of 130 Hills Road

1871: L & N W R co. cottages

Simeon Warrington, head, 35, b Swavesey, ag lab

James Reynolds, head, 32, b Beds, shunter on railway

Elizabeth Reynolds, 27, b Sandy

Robert Walker, lodger, 19, b Beds, railway servant

James Benidge, head, 33, b Northants, railway signalman

Sarah Ann Benidge, 46, b Peterborough,

Thomas Benidge, 14, b Beds,

Charles Hack, lodger, 23, b Bucks, railway fireman

William Banet, lodger, 60, ag lab

George Harris, head, 39, b Northants, railway engine driver

Mary Ann Harris, 43, b Warwicks,

John Harris, 16, b Bucks, ?? bookstall

Sarah Ann Harris, 15, dressmaker, b Oxon

Elizabeth Harris, b 10, b Bucks

William Watson, head, 49, b Durham, railway engine driver

Anne Watson, 45, b Beds

Ralph John W Watson, 12, b Watford

Walter Thomas Watson, 9, b Watford

Samuel Bert, head, 30, b Oxon, LNWR agent

Jane Amartalia Bert, 30, b Middlesex

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1891: (130 Hills Road)

John  W H Ivens, 38, widower, station master, b Bucks

Mabel, 13, b Beds

Julia, 12, b Beds

Florence, 9, b Cambridge

Martin, 8, b Cambridge

Frank, 5, b Cambridge

Elizabeth A Hutt, 30, housekeeper, b Haverhill

William Webb, visitor, 9, b Haverhill

1891: (132)

Harry Hobbs, 29, railway servant, b Cambridge

Fanny, 31, b Maddingley

Leslie, 3, b Cambridge

Hilda, 2, b Cambridge

1891: (134)

James Barratt, 35, b Warwicks, signalman

Mary Jane, 34, b Leics

Arthur J, 4, b Warwicks

Ethel M, 2, b Warwicks

William, 1, b Cambridge

Agnes, 1 m, b Cambridge

Hilda M Everard, sister in law, 44, b Leics, housekeeper

1891: (136)

Henry Cross, 39, railway engine driver, b Beds

Jane, 39, b Warwicks

Beatrice Barnard, niece, 11, b Beds

Harry Cross, son, 6, b Beds

Emma Cross, daughter, 2, b Beds

Mary Harris, visitor, 49, b Beds

1891: (138)

John G Panter, 34, b Oxon, railway engine driver

Mary A, 35, b Oxon

Moses J, 9, b Bucks

Annie E, 7, b Bucks

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1913:

London and North Western and Midland Railways Goods Station and Depot

130, W Nockolds, Oxford House

London and North Western Cottages:

132, Henry Hobbs, railway servant

134, James Barratt, signalman

136, G. Thurlow, carter

138, John Pitkin, engine driver

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