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199 Victoria Road

History of 199 Victoria Road

1911:

Mrs Warren, 50, dressmaker, b Granchester

Alice, 26, dressmaker, b Cambridge

Mary, 24, tailoress, b Cambridge

Ethel, 21, tailoress, b Cambridge

Reginald, 16, apprentice booksellers, b Chesterton

Frederick, 14, painting printing press, b Cambridge

Elsie, 12, b Chesterton


1913:

W F Warren, gardener


1917:

Frederick Thomas Waren: Private 25405, 118th Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Died 31 July 1917. Aged 20.

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