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Vickers Wellington 1c

36 (9) Ditton Walk

History of 36 Ditton Walk

UK Census:

1911 (9 Ditton Lane)

William Frank Freeman, 40, motor driver doctor’s residence, b Pampisford

Annie, 34, b Northants

George Frederick, 7, b Pampisford

William Frank, 4, b Sawston

Arthur, 1, b Fen Ditton

Lydia Wood, wife’s mother, 71, b Hinton

1913 (9)

George Freeman, chauffeur

1940 UK probate register

Peter Berry Fairweather Pryke of 36 Ditton Walk Cambridge died 13th August 1940 on war service. Probate to Kathleen Ellen Pryke widow.

UK Roll of Honour:

Peter Berry Fairweather PRYKE, Sergeant, 741959, Pilot, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, who died on Tuesday 13 August 1940.

He was piloting a Wellington which swung and struck a dispersed aircraft and caught fire when taking off from Bassingbourn on a night training flight.


Mrs C Freeman


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