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70 Hertford Street

History of 70 Hertford Street

1911 census

Catharine Muggleton, head,  married, 54, b Fen Ditton

Dorothy Grace, 22, b Chesterton

Harold Victor, 20, furniture depot, b Chesterton

Frederick Montague, 18, no employment, b Chesterton

Gladys Mary, 16, shirt maker, b Chesterton

Herbert Cecil, 12, b Chesterton


Frederick Montague Muggleton: Private 18965, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died of wounds 21 April 1918.

Hilda Coomer née Brasher of no.33 reminisced in her memoir: There was one old lady in our street named Mrs Muggleton and when anybody died she put on her clean white starched apron and laid them out…. (CWN 9.4.1981)



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