All of these 19th century properties disappeared at some time after WWII.
William Beale, 59, farmer, b Cherry Hinton
James Northfield, 38, platelayer, b Waterbeach
Sarah Banyard, 70, laundress, b Cherry Hinton
Elijah Markell, 38, police constable, b Cottenham
Arthur John Cornell, 30, lime burner, b Cherry Hinton
Benjamin Tabor, 46, labourer, b Cherry Hinton
William Rumble, 71, railway servant, b Cherry Hinton
Charles Moden, 40, bricklayer’s labourer, b Cherry Hinton
Charles Scott, 24, bricklayer, b Trumpington
John Sadler, 52, b Cherry Hinton, blind
William Moden, 47, gardener’s labourer, b Cherry Hinton
Elijah Bass, 65, retired policeman, b Chesterton
Arthur Lindsey, 32, lime burner, b Cherry Hinton
Arthur Cornell, 40, lime burner, b Cherry Hinton
George Gilbey, 36, police constable, b Balsham
Mr Harry Linsey, cottage, 26, telegraph labourer, b Cherry Hinton
Mr Charles Scott, house and builders shop, 34, builders contractor, b Trumpington
Miss Scarr, cottage, 45, laundress, b Cherry Hinton
Mr William Moden, cottage, 57, drainage labourer, b Cherry Hinton
Mr Arthur Hoye, cottage, 26, checking trucks as they come from March Quarry cement works, b Cambridge
Mr Arthur S Stubbings, cottage, 22, permanent way labourer, b Cherry Hinton
Miss Jane Jackson, cottage, 53, b Cherry Hinton
Mr Elijah Bass, cottage, 75, police pensioner, b Chesterton
Mr Charles Papworth, house and shop, 88, retired, b Histon
Mr Arthur John Cornell, cottage, 51, lime burner, b Cherry Hinton
Mr Cornelius James Brooks, cottage, 36, police constable, b Essex
Frederick G Humphrey, gardener
32: Lester Taylor, b 1918, mental nursing
34: Frank Steggles, b 1910, chef
36: Dunstan Hicks, b 1913, proprietor of riding school (AFS)
38: Violet Lidgett, b 1908, secretary
40: Maurice Cornforth, b 1909, univ. graduate studying philosophy
42: Dora Pateman, b 1893, laundress
Bybarn Cottage: Allister Sturrock, b 1911, local government surveyor
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