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22 George IV Street

History of 22 George IV Street

1901:

Frederick Heath, 38, musician, b London

Mary E, 39, dressmaker, b Norfolk

Lilian, 14, b Norfolk

Violet, 13, b Norfolk

Daisy, 9, b Norfolk

May, 7, b Norfolk

Ivy, 3, b Norfolk

Olive, 1, b Norfolk

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1911:

Ernest George Thurbon, 33, woodcutting machinist railway co., b Cambridge

Elizabeth Ann, 35, b Manchester

Reginald, 9, b Lancs

Leslie, 3, b Lancs

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1913:

Sidney Robert Stevens, hotel porter

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Albert Frederick Holmes: Corporal, 8971, 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 21st March 1916. Aged 19. Born Earith, Cambs, enlisted Bury St. Edmunds. Son of John and Elizabeth Holmes, 22, George IV Street, New Town, Cambridge. Buried in Vermelles British Cemetery, Plot II. Row L. Grave 13. See also Cambridge Guildhall (St Paul’s Roll of Honour) The Holmes family previously lived in 1911 at 2 Queen’s Passage, Queen Street.

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1962:  –

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