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129 Blinco Grove

History of 129 Blinco Grove

Robert Gray applied for exemption in October 1916 on the grounds that he was in a certified occupation as coal carter. Exemption rejected.

Cambridge Daily News: 15/5/1917

Mrs Gray of 129 Blinco Grove received news that her only son Pte. W B Osler of the Suffolk Regiment had been admitted to hospital in France with a slight gun shot wound in the left leg.


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