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88 Chesterton Road

History of 88 Chesterton Road

In 1891 the William Wright parents had occupied Manor Farm. In 1898 his mother Elizabeth Jane Wright died at Chesterton Road.

In 1891 William and Edith were living on Chesterton Road at Monacre House. This was one of  152, 154, 156 or 166 Chesterton Road.


William H Wright, 38, valuer and land agent, b Fulbourn

Edith Marion, 37, b Norfolk

ElizabethB, 12, b Chesterton

Arthur J B, 10, b Chesterton

Francis, 9, b Chesterton

Dudley William, 8, b Chesterton

Cyril F, 7, b Chesterton

Edith M, 6, b Chesterton

Margery B, 4, b Chesterton

Hilda B, 2, b Chesterton

Vera B, 8 mos, b Chesterton

Lily Alice Andrews, 21, nurse, b St Uves

Emma Smith, 24, cook, b Chesterton

Rosetta Emily Rooks, 17, maid, b Cambs


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