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123 Blinco Grove, Acacia Cottage

History of 123 Blinco Grove


(2 Acacia Cott)

Edgar W H Johnson, 30, Police sergeant clerk, born Durham

Helen, 29, born Scotland

Helen H, 3, born Cambridge

Edith M, 11mos, born Cherry Hinton

Ella Gilbey, visitor, 10, born Willingham


Samuel Wilsher, 35, bootmaker, born Cambridge

Frances Alice, 40, born Cambridge

William Thomas Edward, 9, born Cambridge

Annie A Edwards, sister, 52, single, born Cambridge

Mrs Wilsher volunteered for the Red Cross 1915-1919 at the 1st Eastern General.

25/12/1914 Miss Ann Agnes Adelaide Edwards found dead in a water butt. Depressed because of the war; verdict of suicide from unsound mind.


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