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28 Bermuda Terrace (Row)

History of 28 Bermuda Terrace

UK Census

1911:

Julia Hannah Sewell, 57, widow, b Cambridge

Agnes Cathering, 18, maid, b Cambridge

Oliver, 15, errand boy stationers, b Cambridge

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1913:

Mrs Lowe

Bertie Hopkins: Private 8934, 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment. Killed in action 7 November 1914. Aged 25. Born, resident and enlisted Cambridge. Son of Mrs. Marion Lowe (formerly Hopkins), of 28 Bermuda Terrace. In 1911 his mother was living at 31 Histon Road. (UK Roll of Honour)

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WWI: UK Roll of Honour

Oliver Sewell, private in 1st Battalion Cambridgeshire regiment died 27.11.1916. His parents were noted at this address.

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

 

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