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19 Hills Road / Neighton House (61)

History of 19 Hills Road

1871: (61 Neighton House)

Francis Young, widow, 60, retired milliner, born Cambridge

Thomas Patrick, son, 29, grocer, born Cambridge

Joanna Collin, 28, born Cambridge

Philip Henry son, 24,

Arthur A Simpson, grocer’s assistant, 21, born Suffolk

Mary Elizabeth Hancock, servant 18, N K

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1881: (Neighton House)

Philip H Young, widower, grocery and wine and spirit merchant

Joanna C, sister, 38, housekeeper, born Cambridge

James L Wright, assistant, 21, grocer’s assistant, born Stevenage

Arthur King, assistant, 19, grocer’s assistant, born Suffolk

Lydia Smith, servant, 19, born Histon

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1891:

Philip H Young, 44, widower, grocer, born Cambs.

Rosa Rule, housekeeper, 24, born Swavesey

Ernest E Lemmon, grocer’s assistant, 20, born Norfolk

Charles H Franklin, grocer’s assistant, 18, born Beds.

Rosetta Mallion, 25, servant, born Fen Ditton

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1901:

Philip Henry Young, widower, 54, grocer, born Cambridge

Elizabeth Carter, housekeeper, 69, born Swavesey

Percy Parish, asst., 17, born Swavesey

Mabel Annie Hipkin, servant, 16, born Balsham

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1911:

Alfred Jackson, 52, grocer and provision dealer, born Cambridge

Melinda Taylor, 38, housekeeper, born Cambs

Olive Searle, 16, servant, born Grantchester

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1913: (Neighton House)

Alfred Jackson, grocer, agent for W and A Gilbey

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