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157 Cherry Hinton Road, 1 Middleton Terrace

History of 157 Cherry Hinton Road


Mendham Atkin, 39, joiner, born Ely

Mary, 40, born Cambs

Edith Marian, 15, dressmaker’s assistant, born Cambridge

Reginald William Atkin, 14, born Cambridge

Winifred G, 13, born Cambridge

Florence May, 7, born Cambridge

Grace W Cuttriss, niece, 3, born Gloucs


Samuel Lilley, 49, travelling confectioner, born Suffolk

Ann, 55, born Norfolk

Frank, 19, commercial clerk, born Suffolk

Edward Banham, father in law, 78, labourer, born Norfolk


Alfred Balchin, 32, journeyman baker, born Surrey

Fanny Balchin, 32, born Cambs.  Fanny had had one child, Marie (1906-1908).

Mary Twinn, 67, mother in law, widow, private means, born Cambs

Sidney Twinn, brother in law, 25, single, milliner’s porter, born Cambs

Ernest Smith served as a kitchen porter at the Royal Air Factory in Farnborough. He married Rosina Twinn of 157 Cherry Hinton Rd.




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