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9 Milton Road

History of 9 Milton Road


Ernest N Ginn, b 1883, master builder

Emily M, b 1886

Norman E, b 1912


1942 UK Roll of Honour

Norman Edward Ginn: Leading Aircraftman, 961241, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, who died on Saturday 22 August 1942. Age 29. Buried in CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom. Son of Ernest Nelson Ginn and Emily May Ginn, of Cambridge.

Died in Fulwood Hospital, Sheffield of Injuries Sustained When Struck By the Propellor of an Oxford, Probably At Leconfield


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