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Nine Chimneys Lane, Balsham OS map 1901

Nine Chimneys Lane, Little Corner, Balsham

History of Nine Chimneys Lane

Nine Chimneys Lane, Balsham (RGL 2022)

1911: Nine Chimneys Lane / Little Corner

Thomas Pearce, 54, labourer on farm, b Suffolk

 

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James Hobbs, 56, farm labourer, b Balsham

 

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Frederick Stock, 35, horsekeeper on farm, b Linton

 

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Selina Ansell, 61, widow, laundress, b Fulbourn

 

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John Whittaker, 56, farm labourer, b Balsham

 

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George Lane, 36, farm labourer, b Balsham

 

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Charles William Jacobs, 31, woodman, b Balsham

 

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Frank Hobbs, 21, carter, b Balsham

 

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Charles Brown, 46, hay cutter, b Balsham

 

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George Beeton, 66, labourer on farm, b Balsham

 

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Reuben Marsh, 71, labourer on farm, b Balsham

Jane, sister, 67, field worker, b Balsham

Martha, sister, 56, b Balsham

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Phoebe Beeton, 84, widow, b Balsham

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Arthur Beeton, 39, under gamekeeper, b Balsham

Ada, 37, b Linton

Arthur Horace, 18, farm labourer, b Balsham

Sydney Edward, 16, farm labourer, b Balsham

Albert Edward, 12, b Balsham

Leslie Edward, 4, b Balsham

‘Sons of Cambridgeshire’ pub Cambs County Council states that this was also 61 High Street. Sidney enlisted with the Cambridge Volunteer battalion in 1914. He was killed on 1st July 1916 and buried at Ovillers.

Beeton, Sidney Edward, Pte 15766 11th Suffolk Regiment, Died 1st July 1916, From Balsham

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Elijah Beeton, 74, formerly gardener,

Emma, 67,

Sarah Minnie, 43,

George Brown, 25, boarder, farm labourer, b Holborn

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