12 Blinco Grove (3 St John’s Terrace)
History of 12 Blinco Grove
George White, 34, tailor’s cutter and manager, born Bedford
Eliza, 32, born Bedford
Cecil, 5, born Surrey
Reginald, 3, born Bedford
Gladys, 1, Peterborough
Ernest Henry Selwood, 34, certificated schoolmaster, born Bristol
Elizabeth, 33, born Bristol
Clara Payne, sister in law, 15, dress maker’s apprentice, born Bristol
Percy Valentine Stock, private in RAMC at Cherry Hinton Military Hospital. He had been for 4 years an attendant at the Cambridgeshire Asylum. Percy had worked for four years as an assistant at the Cambridge Asylum. In 1915 he took a job as a sorter at the Post Office. The temptations of the job were too great and in August 1917 he pleaded guilty to the theft of postal orders. Over £240 in cash was found in a search of his house but thanks to the testimony of the Rev G F Jackson of St John’s he was only given 2 months, after which he joined the RAMC. He was discharged in 1920 on health grounds.
Edwin John Gifford, sergeant in the RAMC at 1st Eastern Gen. Hosp. then at D Coy Depot in Blackpool. He enlisted 6/8/14. On 23/2/16 he married Edith Francis at St John’s. He was discharged in 1918 with TB.
Edith Francis, a nursing sister at the 1st Eastern General Hospital.