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The Hermitage, Pemberton Terrace

History of The Hermitage, Pemberton Terrace

1901:

Thomas Reynolds, 49, bookbinder

Mary A

Maud, 20, b Cambridge

Frank, 15, apprentice to scientific instrument maker

Beatrice, 12, b Cambridge

Harry, 10

Frederick, 8

…………..

1911:

Thomas Reynolds, 58, bookbinder, b Hunts

Mary Ann, 56, b Cambridge

Harold Frank, 25, scientific instrument maker mechanic, b Cambridge

Harry Sidney, 20, journalist Daily Paper, b Cambridge

Fred, 18, college cook, b Cambridge

…………..

1913:

Thomas Reynolds

1962:

Frederick Saunders

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