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Headly & Edwards, Corn Exchange Street, 1907 (Cambs Collection P.Hea.J8.395)

11 & 12 Corn Exchange Street

History of Headly and Edwards Corn Exchange Street

1901:

Charles R Mortimer, 45, cycle agent, b Norfolk

Harriett E, 43, b Norfolk

Ethel M, 14, b Leics

Rupert C, 10, b Norfolk

Geoffery, 7, b Cambridge

Hugh Llewellyn, 4, b Cambridge

Stella, 1, b Cambridge

In 1911 Harriet is a widow living in Norfolk with Hugh and Stella.

Hugh Llewellyn Mortimer: Bombardier, Territorial Force, Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery. Died 03/10/1917. Age 20.

http://histonroadcemetery.org/graves/wargraves/ww1/hlmortimer/


1913:

Headly and Edwards Ltd, agricultural and horticultural engineers, etc.

Edward Headly set up an ironmongery business here in 1852 when he dissolved the partnership with his brother James running the Eagle Foundry on Mill Road. The firm built a foundry on Newmarket Road and took on the name Headly and Edwards in 1885. It ceased business in 1934.

Headly and Edwards, Stand at Agricultural Show, 1907(Cambs Coll C Express 19Jul1907p.8)

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