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40 Chesterton Road

History of 40 Chesterton Road


Horace G Gray, 24, racquet manufacturer, b Cambridge

Ellen Mary, 23, b Essex

Edith Maude, 16, b Cambridge

Bertha Smith, 22, servant, b Barton

In 1871 Horace was living at Arundine Villa, Madingley Road.

In 1939 Horace was at 220 Milton Road.


William James Oxberry, 63, china and glass dealer, b Cambridge

Susan, 56, assisting in business, b Horningsea

Elsie E Oxberry, 25, post office clerk, b Cambridge

Percy H Oxborrow, relative, 24, commercial traveller, b Essex

In 1901 the Oxberry family were living at 42 Chesterton Road.


Ernest [Cyril] Oxberry: Gunner L/31312, “B” Battery, 77th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 8 February 1917.



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