William H Ayres, 60, guard, Midland Railway, b Berkshire
Elizabeth, 64, b Newmarket
William E, 35, compositor at printing works, printing press, b Newmarket
Blanch, 29, governess, b Newmarket
Clara Shadbolt, 17, general servant, b Cambridge
William Henry Ayres, 70, widower, retired railway guard, b Berkshire
Blanche, 39, governess, b Newmarket
Sarah Reid, servant, b Waddon
Anne Gauntlett, 36, visitor, foreign missionary, Church Missionary Society, b London
Anthony P Froud, b 1913, teacher (woodwork) and ARP Warden
Francis H Brown, b 1915, dispensing optician (manager), optical and scientific instrument repairer, and ARP Warden,
Beatrice Huntley, b 1876, widow, lodging house keeper
1 closed record
(Catholics in Cambridge, p302, chapter 31 Union Road School: Cambridge Catholic Magazine February 1941) At the beginning of this term everything was nearly perfect. But then we had the great misfortune of having to let Mr Froud go to the Navy. That had been a great handicap. As master of the senior boys and woodwork teacher he was doing invaluable service.
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