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36 Hills Road (19)(17)

History of 36 Hills Road

1841: (17)

Ann Backer, 53

Sarah Carter, 58, servant

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1851: (17 Osborne Terrace Hills Road)

James W Winter, 26, student of ?Caius? College

Elizabeth, 31, b Suffolk

Charlotte Elizabeth, 6mos, b Herts

Sarah Singell, servant, 18, born Herts

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1861: (19)

Robert Piggott, 30, corn merchant and corn agent, b Landbeach

Ann, 34, b Landbeach

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1871: (19)

Annie Brown, 60, widow, retired farmer’s wife income from interest and houses

Mary Ann Conquest, 14, servant

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1881: (19 Hills Road)

Anna Brown, widow, investments in land, b Hunts

Henry, 27, no occupation, b Hunts

Mary Conquest, 23, servant, b Cambridge

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1891:

Oliver Dring, 46, stone mason, b Hants

Eliza, 45, b Cambs

Wm Stanley, 15, stone mason, b Cambridge

Herbert, 13, apprentice tailor, b Cambridge

Oliver Sidney, 12, b Cambridge

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1891:

William Owen, 44, clerk coal merchant, b Hunts.

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1901:

Charles P Pitt, 61, widower, retired publican, b Norwich

Minnie E, 23, b London

Lilian M A, 15, b London

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1911:

Charles Crosby, 59, college tutor, born Notts.

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1913:

Charles Steele Crosby, MA

Charles Crosby was a botanist. In 1901 he published with I H Burkill an account of the the flora of Vavau, one of the Tonga Insland. It is one of the earliest records of the use of soy beans.

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