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11 Henley Road

History of 11 Henley Road

Approximate position. In 1962 there were houses numbered 1-13 along the west side of Henley Road.

John Stokes: Rifleman A/200649, 11th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Died Saturday 16th November 1918 in France & Flanders. Age 28. Born and enlisted Cambridge. Son of John and Annie Stokes, of Cambridge; Husband of Violet Stokes, of 11, Henley Rd., Coldham’s Lane, Cambridge. Formerly 1350, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Probably prisoner of war. Buried in BERLIN SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY, Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany. Grave XIX. A. 5. See also Cambridge Guildhall (Cambridge Gas Roll of Honour)

In 1901 the Stokes family lived at 14 New Street where the father, John aged 37, worked for the Gas Works.


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