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2 Hills Road, Wanstead House

Hisotry of 2 Hills Road

1851: (Hills Road)

William Eaden Lilly, 34, linen and woollen draper, b Cambridge

Rachel M, 25, b Norwich

Anna K, 10, b Cambridge

William E, 9, b Cambridge

Louisa, 8, b Cambridge

Rachel E, 3m, b Cambridge

Richard Freeman, servant, 29, b Norfolk

Harriet Williams, servant, 26, b Cambridge

Maria Robins, servant, 22, b Norfolk

Mary Rossborough, 19, b Norfolk

(In 1841 William Lilly was living with his family at Park Terrace)

There is a history of Eaden Lilley on Wikipedia.

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1861: (Wanstead House 2)

James Cooper, 39, assurance agent, b Bucks

Lidia S, 48, governess, b Hackney

Francis S, 8, b Cambridge

Laura, 7, b Cambridge

Herbert J, 6, b Cambridge

Anne Brabbs, teacher, 30, b Essex

Mary Thornton, 20, teacher, b Oxford

Ellen T Harvard, pupil, 15, b Norfolk

Emma Thornton, pupil, 18, b Oxford

Martha Beale, pupil, 16, b Royston

Lizzie Whitechurch, pupil, 15, b Harlton

Emily Biddall,  pupil, 14, b Haddenham

Harriett Rule, cook, 27, b Fulbourn

Ann William, 32, nurse and needlewoman, b Cambridge

Jane Siely, 20, housemaid, b Norfolk

Mary Rogers, 13, servant, b Cambs

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1871: (2 Hills Road)

William Guillemard, 55, vicar of St Mary the Less, b Hackney

Elizabeth Susanna, 47, b Warwicks

Elizabeth S, 20, b Ireland

Rosamund H, 17, b Ireland

Mary F, 15, b Ireland

Laurence N, 8, b Ireland

Lucy Jane, 5, b Ireland

Susanna McCormick, 35, cook, b Liverpool

Sarah Howard, 25, nurse, b Middlesex

Catharine Wood, 23, housemaid, b Gloucs

Emma Adams, 17, kitchen maid, b Grantchester

William Henry Guillemard 1815-1887 studied at Pembroke College Cambridge. He was a leading figure in ‘the Oxford movement’ in Cambridge. From 1848-1869 he was headmaster of the Royal College in Armagh. In 1869 he was appointed vicar of St Mary’s the Less in Cambridge.

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1881:

Mary A Sykes, widow, income from house property

Hannah Mason

Sarah A Dodd, 32, parlour maid, b Salop

Elizabeth Blazier, 21, cook,  b Norfolk

Esther Wilson, 18, 18, housemaid, b Cambs

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1891:

Mary Ann Sykes, widow, living on own means

Hannah Mason,

Septimus Green Wood, brother in law, 64, living on own means, b Yorks

Eliza Wood, sister, 68, b Lincs

Elizabeth Susanna Blazier, cook

Hannah Twin Baker, housemaid, 30, b Northants

Catherine Mary Andrews, parlour maid, 31, b Beds

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1901:

Mary A Sykes, widow, 79, living on own means, b Lincs

Hannah Mason, sister, 68, living on own means, b Lincs

Elizabeth S Blazier, 51, servant, cook, b Norfolk

Brown A Rose, 30, parlourmaid, b Beds

Sarah A Dodd, 52, housemaid, born Shropshire

Lilian M Ringer, 29, sick nurse, b Cambridge

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1913:

Ely Diocese Girls’ Friendly Society Lodge and Training Home

Miss Cartwright, lady superintendent

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