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46 French’s Road

History of 46 French's Road

1911:

Edward Obadiah Lindsay, 40, widower, bricklayer, b Kingston

Lilley, 16, housemaid, b Cambridge

Maud, 14, nursemaid, b Cambridge

Violet, 13, b Cambridge

Fred, 10, b Cambridge

Philip Hodson, lodger, 49,  college kitchen porter, b Childerley

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1913:

Obadiah Lindsay

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1918:

Frederick Lindsay of the 24th Training Reserve battalion died 27/10/1918 aged 18. He is buried in Histon Cemetery. His father seems to have been living at 13 Greens Road then.

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