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37 Corbett Street (E Smith)

37 Corbett Street, Cottenham

History of 37 Corbett Street

According to Cottenham in Focus, 2002, Stanley Badcock kept this shop when he came back from WWI. He took his grocery van to Oakington once a week.

In 1911 Stanley was living with his parents at the Jolly Waterman, Cottenham.


Stanley married Ethel M Daintree in St Ives

1939 (no.28 Corbett Street)

Stanley F Badcock, b 1898, grocer shopkeeper (Special Constable)

Ethel Badcock, b 1897, housewife assisting in grocers shop,




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