Harold G Balls, head, 34, clerk, b Cambridge
Jane, wife, 31, b Suffolk
Maurice, son, 7, scholar, b Cambridge
Grace E, daughter, 6, scholar, b Cambridge
Gilbert S, son, 4, b Cambridge
Joseph L, son, 3, b Northants
Andrew N, son, 1, b Cambridge
Eliza Larkins, 17, servant, b Cambridge
Frederick Russell, head, 27, cook, b Kent
Mary A, wife, 28, b London
Gertrude M, daughter, 1, b Herts
James Keal, 53, club custodian, b Lincs
Mary, 47, b Boxworth
George E Bowles, boarder, 23, insurance agent, b Herts
Mary Howell, boarder, 47, living on own means
Richard Nunn, 30, land agents clerk, b London
Alice Ann, 56, dress maker, b Cambridge
Mrs A A Nunn
1915: CIP 9.4.1915: Roll of Honour: Enlisted with Royal Engineers: C W Pavely, 161 Gwydir Street
203rd (Cambridgeshire) Field Company, Royal Engineers. Honours and awards – First World War lists as Mentioned in Despatches (MiD), 84297 Sgt Charles William Pavely – 161 Gwydir St, Cambridge. No 2 section, Aveluy Wood, 1-6-1918.
203rd (Cambridgeshire) Field Company, Royal Engineers Casualties – First World War also lists Charles William Pavely, born Roydon, Essex, enlisted Cambridge, resident Halstead, Essex, 84297, Sgt, No 2 section, missing killed in action 1-6-1918, age 36, MiD. Son of Charles & Susannah Pavely, 14 Trinity Rd, Halstead, Essex. Living 161 Gwydir St, Cambridge. Native of Roydon, Essex. Martinsart British Cemetery, Somme, France.
Joh D Bard
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