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130 Cherry Hinton Road, Dinedor

History of 130 Cherry Hinton Road


Thomas Branch, widower, 62, college servant

Ellen, 30, elementary school teacher, born Cambridge

Emily M, 23, companion

Sarah Doughty, sister in law, 59, housekeeper, born Lincs


Thomas Branch, 72, widower, retired college servant, born Cambridge

Emily Mary, 33, daughter, single, born Cambridge

Agnes Bertha Collin, visitor, 24, art student, born Cambs

Maud Mary Sorrell, 18, servant, born Suffolk

Emily Branch, born 1878 and unmarried daughter of a retired college servant, volunteered from 1916 – 1918 for the Red Cross. She worked at the First Eastern General making and mending on needlework work parties.



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