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72 (35) Milton Road, The Chestnuts

History of 72 Milton Road


John Driver, retired tailor

Kate L

Rose E Percy, grand daughter, 23, telegraph operator, b Germany

Ada Marie Percy, telephone operator at telephone exchange


John Driver, 96, formally tailor, b Suffolk

Kate Louisa, 52, b Kent

Ada Marie Percy, grand daughter, 28, telephone operator National Telephone Company, b Yorks


Sidney B Andrews


Mrs J M E Campbell

At some point this was the home of John Murrish, founder of the 12th Cambridge Scouts, and very influential in the  Scout and Woodcraft movements. He also lived at 46 Roseford Road.



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