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222 Victoria Road

History of 222a Victoria Road

1939:

(222a)

Mary Driver, b 1886

Henry, b 1886, hairdresser

Ada Kitson, b 1884

(222)

Charles Lloyd, b 1892, railway platelayer

Winifred, b 1890

?

Martha J, b 1856

Thomas W Melbourne, b 1884, locomotive engine driver

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1943: 222a Victoria Road

National Probate:

Leonard Cecil Driver of 222a Victoria Road Cambridge died 29 January 1943 on war service. Administration Peterborough 3 April to Mary Elizabeth Driver (wife of Henry Driver). Effects £123 15s.

UK Roll of Honour:

Leonard Cecil Driver: Bombardier, 872386, 9 Coast Regt., Royal Artillery, who died on Friday 29 January 1943. Age 31. Buried in KANCHANABURI WAR CEMETERY Thailand. Son of Henry and Mary Elizabeth Driver, of Cambridge. His brother Alfred also died on service.

UK Roll of Honour:

Alfred (Donald) Driver: Corporal, 2077087, 251 Field Park Coy., Royal Engineers, who died on Thursday 4 November 1943. Age 20. Buried in KANCHANABURI WAR CEMETERY Thailand. Son of Henry and Mary Elizabeth Driver, of Cambridge. His brother Leonard Cecil also died on service.

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