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73 Cherry Hinton Road, Glenthorne

History of 73 Cherry Hinton Road


John Ambrose, 35, cab proprietor, born Suffolk

Ruth, 36, born Cambs

Jessie Marion, 4, born Cambridge

Abram Brieman, 62, boarder, widower, builder, born Manchester

Henry John Ruffell, 25, boarder, railway clerk, born Oxon

James Aylett, b 1867, was a groom and coachman who by 1913 owned his own cab. He became a private in the Army Veterinary Corps. He served in Alexandria, Mustapha, Salonica and Malta and was eventually invalided with malaria. (73 Cherry Hinton is the address in his military records.)


Maud M Willis, b 1882, sick and mental nurse


Sigmund Maczkiewicz


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