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239 Victoria Road

History of 239 Victoria Road


Thomas Alfred Mayes, 50, plasterer, b Cambridge

Annie, 56, b Cambridge

Alfred William John, 31, plasterer, b Chesterton

Thomas Percy, 28, plasterer, b Chesterton

Leslie Russel, 19, b Cambridge

Cyril Sylvester, 17, b Cambridge

Selwyn Herschel, 14, b Cambridge

Thomas Percy Mayes: Private 285083, 1st/6th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Killed in action 13 August 1917. Aged 34. He was then husband of Louisa Rebecca of 12a Ram Yard.

In 1917 the family were living at 10 Milton Road.


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