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104 Cherry Hinton Road, Earlham House

History of 104 Cherry Hinton Road


(Earlham House)

Layton A Fisher, 43, railway collector, born London

Richard A Newson, step son, 27, clothier outfitter

Robert E., step son, 22, ironmonger’s assistant, born Ely

Gertrude Thompson, visitor, 30, retired schoolmistress, born Ely


(R A Newsom clothier)

Richard Albert Newsom, 37, outfitter and clothier, born Suffolk

Gertrude, 40, born Ely

Gladys, 8, born Cherry Hinton


Harper and King, cycle dealers took over the premises as well as 102 Cherry Hinton Road



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