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99 Cherry Hinton Road, Rock View

History of 99 Cherry Hinton Road


Frank William Brittain, 22, auctioneer’s clerk, born Downham

Annie Amelia, mother, widow, 45, born Cambridge

Elizabeth Adams, gt aunt, widow, 71, retired schoolmistress, born Cambridge

Frank Edwin Hazlewood, boarder, 18, railway clerk L & N W, born Warwicks

Edwin Horace Wilson b 1884, joined the London Regiment. He was discharged in 1916 with shrapnel wounds to head and neck and slight facial disfigurement and awarded a pension on the basis of 50% disablement. (99 Cherry Hinton is the address in his military records)


Frederick Wilson, b 1860, retired gardener

Sarah, b 1858


Miss Rowell


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