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20 Princes Street

History of 20 Princes Street


John Lindsey, 63, gardeners labourer, b Cherry Hinton

Alice, 66, b Great Shelford


Horace Brown, 26, house painter, b Cambridge

Maud M, 26, b Cambs

Horace Moore, 5, b Cambridge

Donald, 3, b Cambridge

Olive, 6 mos, b Cambridge


Horace Brown, hotel porter

Horace Brown died from wounds suffered in the Great War some ten years after it ended.  He had been awarded the DCM. There were ten children including six sons who all served in WWII. There were three sons-in-law who served of which one died in Burma have been captured with the Cambridgeshire Regiment and forced by the Japanese to work on their railways.



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