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9 Derby Road

History of 9 Derrby Road


Henry Clark, 32, butcher, born Berks

Jenny, 31, born Suffolk

Edwin, 8, born London

George, 5,  born London


Charles Nunn, 71, builder’s labourer, born Bartlow

Mary, 78, (4 children, 1 died), born Grantchester

Alfred, son, 40, labourer, born Grantchester

Alice Unwin, visitor, 69, married, (7 children, 5 died), nurse,  born Grantchester

At this address in WWI: The Wilby family saw two sons depart, Frank as a private in the Suffolk Yeomanry and Alexander as a gunner on HMS Chatham. This was a light cruiser that saw service in the Mediterranean. (The name of the ship lives on; the crew of the Chatham in 1922, serving under a New Zealand flag, donated a cup to the NZ football association, now its premier trophy.)


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