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1936, Blue Book

102 Cherry Hinton Road, Roseneath Cycle Stores/Lyntonville

History of 102 Cherry Hinton Road



Bertha Parlto [?], 25, elementary school teacher, born Berks.

Sarah J Smith, visitor, 29, born London

David J Smith, visitor, 7, born London


(Roseneath Cycle Stores)

Frederick William Archer, 30, cycle dealer, born Cambridge

Mildred, 32, born Norfolk

Ivy Mildred Warmer, 3, born Cherry Hinton

Sarah Ann Warmer, wife’s mother, 75, widow, born Norfolk


King and Harper took over the cycle business. In 1954 they also took over 104 Cherry Hinton Road.




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