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277 Ditton Fields

History of 277 Ditton Fields

In 1939 Henry William Pressnell was already married to Dorothy and a General Labourer in the Army Ordnance Service Royal Dock Yard, West Ham. In 1945 the couple were living at 277 Ditton Fields. In 1947, at 98 Paget Road.

In 1957 Henry William Pressnell and his wife Dorothy née Atkins lived at no.7 Braybrooke Road, Cherry Hinton.

Henry was born 1892, died in 1959. Dorothy died at Hinton House, Seymour Street, in 1969.


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