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77 Cherry Hinton Road, Winifred Cottage, (31)

History of 23 Cherry Hinton Road


(31 Cherry Hinton Road)

John Samuel Conder, 46, horticultural builder, born Cambs

Edith Maud, 40, born Cambridge

Stanley John, 18, clerk in civil service awaiting appointment, born Grantchester

Winifred Mary, 17, born Grantchester

Henry Samuel, 8, born Cambridge

This was the home of John S Conder, agricultural builder. In 1911, when aged 36, he was living here with his wife Edith and his son and daughter, Stanley and Winifred.

He was a Liberal councillor representing Cherry Hinton in 1910. When Cherry Hinton became part of the Borough in 1912 its name became Cambridge Without. He did much to procure allotments in Cambridge.

Sources: UK census,

Stanley John Condor, b 1892, was a clerk who became a corporal in the 1/c MGCS Tank Corps. His father seems to have moved to 324 Cherry Road during war.


William R Reader, b 1881, collector insurance

Kate, b 1879


Marcelle Lott, b 1934 (evacuee)


Mrs K Reader


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