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54, North Terrace, Milton Road

History of 54 Milton Road


Harry Simper, 30, brick labourer, b Cambridge

Emily, 27, b Cambridge

Gladys, 5, b Chesterton

Gwendoline, 3, b Chesterton


Harry Simper

1919 UK Roll of Honour

Harry Simper: Private 53920, Royal Fusiliers then Labour Company, Royal Fusiliers transferred to 61601 Labour Corps. Enlisted 26 October 1916, discharged 22 May 1918. Served in France from 14 December 1916 to 23 October 1917 when he was sent home suffering with rheumatism and was in hospital after that. His death was registered in the Chesterton Registration District in the January to March Quarter 1919, aged 41.


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