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St Paul's Church Cambridge

43 Hills Road (51/35)

History of 43 Hills Road

1841:

Thomas Dixon, 50, gardener, born Cambs

Ann Dixon, 48, born Cambs

John Dixon, 8, born Cambs

William Keane, 23, born Ireland

Robin Keane, 13, born Ireland

1851: (35 Hills Road)

Thomas Dixon, florist

Ann

John, florist

Elizabeth Hart, visitor, 49, private governess, born Canada

Percy Hart, 13, born Cambridge

1861: (51 Hills Road)

Thomas Dixon, gardener

Ann

John, son, florist

Emma, son’s wife,

Robert Ellin, boarder, 23, wood carver, born Cambridge

1871: (no number)

Thomas Dixon, 82, gardener, born Kent

Ann, wife, 75, born Cambridge

John Dixon, son, 38, nurseryman, born Cambridge,

Emma, wife, 33, born Cambridge

Florence Mary Dixon, daughter, 10, born Cambridge

Algernon Howck Smith, 26, curate of St Paul’s Cambridge, born Margate

1881: (51 Hills Road)

Sarah J Gurney, lodger, unmarried, 55, teacher of music and languages, born London

Mary E Butterworth, 30, lodger, unmarried, teacher of music, born Gloucs

Emma Dixon, wife, 43, lodging house keeper

Eliza Matthew, 16, general servant, born Orwell

1891:

Emma Dixon, wife, 53, lodging house keeper, born Cambridge

Rebecca Waters, 16, general servant, born Gamlingay

1901:

Emma Dixon, widow, 63, letting lodgings, born Cambridge

Mary J Lincoln, 36, niece, single, born Islington

Lilian M Langford, 15, servant, born Cambridge

The building is set back from the road at the end of a narrow plot

1911:

John Jarvis, 56, builder, born Lincs

Fanny, 61, born Hants.

Ethel, 30, born Cambridge

Mildred, 18, typist clerk, born Cambridge

Horace, 20, carpenter, born Cambridge

1913:

John Jarvis, horticultural builder and church, school and heating engineer

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