101, Bleak House, Victoria Road
History of 101 Victoria Road
William L Dickson, 50, collector of water rates, b Cambridge
Emma A, 44, b Suffolk
Ernest L, 16, apprentice piano maker, b Cambridge
William G, 19, assistant glass and china, b Cambridge
Sidney B, 8, b Chesterton
Emma Dickson, widow, 54, b Suffolk
Sidney, 18, college cook, b Chesterton
Ernest Peters, boarder, 24, county court clerk, b Cambridge
1913: Kellys: Bleak House
1919: UK Roll of Honour
William Gladwell Dickson: Private 481377, 1st Great Eastern Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps. Formerly 2102. In 1919 the death of Willian G Dickson was registered in the Chesterton Registration District in the April to June Quarter, aged 46.
He had been discharged 7 December 1917 suffering from arteriosclerosis aggravated by ordinary military service (incapacity 30% later 100%) first detected on 5 October 1917 when he was hospitalised until his discharge 17 December 1917.