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3, Daisy Lodge, Brooklands Avenue

History of 3 Brooklands Avenue


Susanna Carter, 50, retired dressmaker, born Cambridge

Hannah, sister, 48, retired dressmaker, born Cambridge

Jane, half sister, 60, born Cambridge, deaf and imbecile

Margaret Rebecca Abbs, servant, 18, born Cambs


George M Hinde, 44, asst. master Modern Languages, born Carlisle

Marie J, 40, born Bohemia

Marie Theo. Hind, 16, born Warwicks.

Mary Elizabeth Stephens, servant, 26, born Warwicks.

see 134 Cherry Hinton Road 1901


Emily Rimes, head, married, 39, born Cheshire

Roseman J, son, 11, born Yorks

William J, son, 11, born Yorks

Ronald H, son, 5, born Cambridge

John E, son, 1, born Cambridge

Keturah M Yung, servant, 19, born Cambs


Catherine King, widow, 72, living on own means, born Cambs

Ellen, 45, born Longstanton

Elizabeth Aves, servant, 40, born Cambs


Benjamin Baldwin Bales, 41, organist teacher of music, born Norfolk

Alice Dagmar Bales, 43, born Surrey

Cyril Baldwin Bales, 15, born Cambridge

Alice Augusta Bales, 14, born Cambridge

Benjamin Tertius Bales, 12, born Cambridge

Onaway Viola Bales, 10, born Cambridge

Denis Vivian Bales, 6 born Cambridge

Sapper Tertius Benjamin Bales 121336 R.E.

Sapper Cyril Baldwin Bales (REG NO. W.R. 203534) born in 1896 in Cambridge was also in the Royal Engineers in a Railway Troops Depot and he enlisted 19 July 1916 and was discharged 28 Feb 1919 and had a silver war badge B133648 and had previously served in the following units London Regt. 5030., Middx Regt. 422764., Labour Corps. 163848., Royal Engineers. 282840. Spr.




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