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107 Cherry Hinton Road, 1 Beauclare Terrace

History of 107 Cherry Hinton Avenue


H Maskell, 44, school mistress, born Lancs.


Malcolm McNair, 32, telegraph mechanic Post Office Engineers Office, born London

Kate, 31, born Berks

Canmore, 11, born Yorks

Louisa, 9, born Yorks

Gwladys, 7, born Yorks


(1 Beauclare Terrace – there is some confusion in the relationship of the old numbers of Beauclare Terrace to modern numbering of Cherry Hinton Avenue. In particular, number 2 Beauclare may have been 107 Cherry Hinton Road which leaves the location of 1 Beauclare in doubt)

William George Robinson, 36, 3rd class clerk P.O. Engineering Dept. civil servant, born Kent

Florence, 37, born London

Edith Dorothy, 9, born London



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