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33 Cambridge Place

History of 33 Cambridge Place


Stephen Gamgee, 35, labourer

Sarah, 35,

Mary, 8,

Joseph, 6,

James, 3,

Jane Andrews, 21,


John Catley, 28, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Harriet, 24, b Cambridge

Harriet, 7, b Cambridge

John, 2, b Cambridge

Elizabeth, 1mon, b Cambridge


John Brignell, bricklayer





Emma, 1, b Cambridge


John Brignell, 36, laborer, b Cambridge

Emma, 35, b Cambridge

Louise, 16, charwoman, b Cambridge

Charles,12, painter’s boy, b Cambridge

Alfred, 7, b Cambridge

Frederick, 5, b Cambridge

John, 3 mos, b Cambridge


Sarah Parker, 62, widow, seamstress, Wisbech


Frederick Low, 29, coal porter,  b Cambridge

Lucy S, 28, b Cambridge

Ellen, 4, b Cambridge

Lucy, 1, b Cambridge


Edward Morgan, 42, general labourer, b Barton


John, carman’s contractor

Albert E, 15, pub beer bottler, b Cambridge

Frederick, 12, b Cambridge

Laura, 10, b Cambridge

Caroline, 8, b Cambridge





Edward Morgan, 54, carman contractor’s, b Barton

Hannah, 52, b Cambridge

John William, 28, carman contractor’s, b Cambridge

Annie E, 15, domestic servant, b Cambridge

Arthur, 14, b Cambridge

George, 12, b Cambridge

Louisa, 10, b Cambridge


Edward Morgan, labourer

Frederick Morgan: Private 7352, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 20th April 1915. Born Cambridge, enlisted Ely. Buried in SUFFOLK CEMETERY, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Section A. Grave 3. Also listed on Cambridge Guildhall. (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)

John [William] Morgan: Private 201431, 4th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died of wounds 23rd April 1917. Aged 34. Born Cambridge, enlisted Bury St Edmund’s. Formerly 4267, Suffolk Regiment. Son of Edward and Hannah Morgan, of 33, Cambridge Place, Hills Rd., Cambridge. No known grave. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Bay 4. Also listed on Cambridge Guildhall. (St Paul’s Roll of Honour)


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