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By Dormskirk - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

14 Corn Exchange Street, (Head Quarters 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment)

History of the HQ Cambridgeshire Regiment Corn Exchange Street

1861 (14 Exchange Street)

Ellis Mills, 60, labourer, b Soham

This was the Cambridge Drill Hall for the regiment. The history of the regiment can be found here:

In WWI the Girls’ County School was used as a depot.


Lieut.-Col L Tebbutt, officer commanding 1st Batt. Cambridgeshire Regiment

Captain M F Fox, Leinster Regiment, adjutant

Sergeant-Major G Adams


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