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280 Cherry Hinton Road, Waterfield

History of 280 Cherry Hinton Road


James Waterfield Apthorpe

Mary S


Louisa V, 13, born Cambridge

Dora D,

Elizabeth Jonas, boarder, 60, living on own means,


James Waterfield Apthorpe, 64, carpenter, born Cambridge

Mary Susannah, 64, (4 children), born Cambridge

Mary Ann Susannah Newson, daughter, widow, 30, dressmaking,  born Cambridge

Harriett Louisa Victoria, daughter, 24, milliner, born Cambridge

Dora Decth [?], daughter, 19, photographer retoucher, born Cambridge

Mary S Apthorpe, b. 1847, wife of James, carpenter, volunteered for the Red Cross from 1915-1919 at the First Eastern General.


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