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Sir Hari Singh Gour

58 Hills Road (30)

History of 58 Hills Road

1861:  vacant

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1871: (30)

Maria F Chamberlin, 58, income from railway dividends, b Gt Yarmouth

Juliana A Morris, niece, 19, b Cambridge

Emily Dockerill, servant, 16, b Cambridge

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1881:  (30 Hills)

William Beamiss

Mary

Ada, 13, b Ely

Ella, 9, Ely

Lydia Adams, lodger, 65, widow, annuities, b Stretham

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1891:

William E Beamiss, 63, shoemaker, b Ely

Mary, 63, b Downham

Flora, 25, b Ely, school teacher

James W Stubbs, lodger, 23, b Leics, 1st class junior clerk telegraph engineer

Hari Sing Gour, lodger, 22, b India, law student

Mary

Sir Hari Singh Gour (1870 – 1949) was a distinguished lawyer, jurist, educationalist, social reformer, poet and novelist. He was a stuident at Downing College and was subject to considerable racism while in Cambridge. He became a successful lawyer in India and then in the 1920s leader of the Opposition and of the National Party in the Indian Legislative Assembly. He was the first Vice Chancellor of the University of Delhi.

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1901: (vacant)

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1913:

Cambridge Autocar Co.’s Registered Offices

G A Germany, manager

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