Steam Laundry Cottages c1950. No. 6 is closest to the camera which is looking north.
6 Steam Laundry Cottages, Laundry Lane
History of 6 Steam Laundry Cottages
John Osbourne, 67, farm labourer, born Cambs
Ann, 64, laundress, born Cambs
Annie Macdonald, boarder, widow, 46, laundress, born London
Henry J Frost, steam laundryman
Jane Frost in front of 6 Steam Laundry Cottages circa 1911
(6 Steam Laundry Cottages) It is not clear from which end of the cottages the numbering started.
Henry James Frost, 48. laundry man, born Cambridge
Jane, 49, born Essex
Christopher, 21, labourer to carter, born Cherryhinton
Montague, 20, labourer to carter, born Cherryhinton
William, 18, farm labourer, born Cherryhinton
Harry, 16, farm labourer, born Cherryhinton
Robert, 11, born Cherryhinton
Sidney, 8, born Cherryhinton
Christopher William Frost was a private in 11th battalion Suffolk Regiment. He was killed in action 1/7/1916 aged 27. Commemorated on the Thiepval memorial.
Montague Henry Frost was a private in the 11th battalion Suffolk Regiment. He died 23 May 1916 aged 25. Buried in the Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme.
William Frost was a private in the 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment. He was wounded in 1915 and killed in action 2/3/1916 aged 23. Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial.
Thomas J Cordon, b 1903, nursery foreman
Joy H, 1908, laundry hand
In 2022 AD wrote:
Sidney Frost (1905-89) was my maternal grandfather. His mother was Jane Frost (née Moore) born in Great Easton, Essex in 1861, died Cambridge 1963.