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Mafeking Cottages, 19 – 22 Bermuda Road (Foundry lane)

History of Mafeking Cottages

1911 Mafeking Cottages

Charles Mitchell, 32, journeyman butcher, b Cambridge


Alfred Cullup, 35, plasterer, b Hardwick


Stephen Charles Phillips, 52, college gardener, b Cambridge

Mary Ann, 51, b Histon

Ernest, 19, farm labourer, b Cambridge

Stanley, 14, errand boy grocer, b Cambridge

Bertie, 14, errand boy, draper, b Cambridge

In 1915 Bertie was killed in action. His mother was living at 91 Histon Road.


Frederick Charles Benstead, 53, labourer gas works, b Cambridge


  1. Charles Mitchell, gardener

2. Alfred Cullip

3. Charles Phillips

4. Frederick Benstead, labourer


19. Ernest Guest

20. Miss Cullup [sic]

21. –

22. Roy Mitchell



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