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174 Cherry Hinton Road, Silverhill

History of 174 Cherry Hinton Road


Thomas Edward Meurig-Davies, 26, clergyman (Established Church), born Wales

Margaret Jane, 24, born Wales

Lucy Missing, servant, 14, born Fulbourn

Thomas Meurig-Davies published in 1939 ‘The Parish Church of St Peter, Winchcombe.’

William Hesson Scott, b. 1884, Lance Corporal Military Foot Police Company. In 1911 he was living in Lymington. By 1916 he was a Police Constable. In 1919 he was discharged as 20% disabled with malaria after service in East Africa. (174 Cherry Hinton Road is the address in his military records.)


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