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14 Cambridge Place

History of 14 cambridge Place


Rebecca Betson, 55, laundress

Rebecca, 20,

Thomas, 25, painter,

Frederick, 4,


Thomas Betson, 39, painter, b Norfolk

Ann Betson, 35, b Cambs

Mary Ann, 11, b Cambs

Sarah Jane, 4, b Cambridge

Alfred, 2, b Cambridge


Samuel Prime, 34, bricklayer

Eliza, 30,

Adelaide, 10,

Emily, 6,

Ellen, 1,


Samuel Pryme, 43, labourer

Eliza, 40,

Emily, 16, laundress

Ellen, 11,

Lucy, 6,

Edwin Coock, visitor, 19, bricklayer


Samuel Pryme, 53, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Eliza, 50, laundress, b Cambridge

Lucy L, 16, b Cambridge


James Peters, 62, labourer, b Cambs

Hannah L, 50, b Cambs

James Edward, 20, gardener,b Cambs

Harry, 12, b Cambs

George, 10, b Cambs

Lizzie, 8, b Cambs


King Webb, 28, railway labourer,

Elizabeth, 22, b Cambs


Obediah Perrin, 22, labourer, b Cambridge

Matilda Maxim, 18, domestic, b Cambridge

John Webb, 18, van boy, b Cambridge

Millie Webb, 16, factory hand, b Cambridge

Laurance Arthur Maxim, 16, van boy, b Cambridge

Obediah Perrin: [Listed as PERRM on SDGW] Private 36607, 6th Battalion, Priness Charlotte of Wales’s (Royal Berkshire Regiment). Killed in action 29th September 1916. Aged 26. Enlisted Cambridge. Son of Mrs. C. Perrin, of Cambridge. Formerly 4384, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Buried in MILL ROAD CEMETERY, THIEPVAL, Somme, France. Plot VIII. Row A. Grave 6. (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)


Miss Lucas


John Webb of 15th Scottish Rifles died aged 25 on 6.11.1918 of bronchitis (possibly influenza) in Cambridge


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