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72 Cherry Hinton Road, Warwick House

History of 72 Cherry Hinton Road


(Warwick House)

Charles Alexander Dallas, 32, commercial traveller grocery, born Scotland

Ann Dryburgh Dallas, 30, born Scotland

James Robert Cullin, b. 1891, son of Isaac, a painter who in 1911 was living with his family in Newmarket and specialised in horse racing scenes. He was a musician and when he enlisted his address was given as The Empire Theatre Chester. He was promoted to corporal in the 22nd Durham Light Infantry. He arrived in France on 16th June 1916 and was killed in action on 23rd Oct 1916 on the Somme. In his service will he bequeathed a Florentine Intaglio ring from the third finger of his left hand to an Evelyn Zara Philpott. His mother Frances received ₤11 18s 5d War Gratuity. (72 Cherry Hinton is the address on his military records.)



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