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Percival Burrell

67 Maids’ Causeway (21 Brunswick Place)

History of 67 Maids' Causeway


John Mouel [?]


Maud Eliza Burrell, 52, lodging house keeper, b Cambridge

Lilian Maud, 32, b Cambridge

Horace John, 21, upholsterer, b Essex

Henry, 19, fitter ironmonger, b Essex

Percival, 14, b Essex

In 1901 the Burrell family were at 6 Norfolk Street


Mrs Burrell

Percival joined the Essex Regiment. He was killed in action in northern France in August 1918. His brother had been killed at the Battle of the Somme in 1916. Photos of both survive and were found on the body of an enemy soldier after Herbert’s death and returned to his mother. Maud passed away in 1919.

See Mill Road cemetery entry


Julian H Halls



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