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Gunner S W Large

66 Cambridge Place

History of 66 Cambridge Place


Robert Moon, 25, labourer


William Easton [?Gaston], 45, upholsterer porter, b Stapleford


James Northfield, 22, lab, b Cambridge

Selina, 21, b Linton

Mary A Linsdell, lodger, widow, 59, cap maker, b Cambridge


William Thatch, 47, horse???, b Cambridge


James Crouch, 26, bricklayer, b Cambridge

Emma, 26, b Lincoln

Percy, 7, b Cambridge


Henry Holmes, 63, labourer, b Fulbourn

Sarah, 57, tailoress, b Cambridge


John Alden, 50, general labourer, b Norwich

Anna M, 49, b Norfolk


Albert John Craske, 30, house painter, b Cambridge

Laura, 30, b Cambs.

Bessie Florance, 9, b Cambridge

James Walter, 5, b Cambridge

Ellen Matilda, 3, b Cambridge

Alice Muriel, 4 mos, b Cambridge


A Impey, coal carter


Gunner S W Large RGA husband of Mrs Large, 66 Cambridge Place, and son of Mr and Mrs W Large 35 Orchard Street, killed in action, September 16th 1918.


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