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32 Bradmore Street

History of 32 Bradmore Street


Charles Northfield, 49, goods guard GER, b Waterbeach

Ellen, 47, (13 children, 11 still alive), b Cherry Hinton

Alfred, 19, conductor on tramway, b Cambridge

Wilfred, 17, painter and paper hanger, b Cambridge

Hubert, 14, errand boy oil and hardware, b Cambridge

Arthur, 11, b Cambridge

Bertie, 9, b Cambridge

Victor, 7, b Cambridge

Gwenneth, 4, b Cambridge

‘Barnwell at War’, (2018) notes that: one day in May 1918, the six sons of Ellen Northfield of Bradmore Street met at their mother’s house for the first time since the outbreak of war. Mrs Northfield had originally had seven sons fighting for their country, but one was killed in action in 1915.


Charles Northfield, goods guard GER


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