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150 Blinco Grove, (3)

History of 150 Blinco Grove


(3 Blinco Grove)

Charles Mirsen, 33, general laborer, born Cherry Hinton

Asenath, 35, born Gt Wilbraham

Ethel Mary, 7, born Cherry Hinton

Gertrude M, 6, born Cherry Hinton

Winifred Ann, 2, born Cherry Hinton


(3 Blinco Grove)

Herbert J Dean, 27, coalman railway, born Fulbourn

Emily M, 30, born Fordham

Herbert J, 3, born Cherry Hinton

Walter E, 1mo, born Cherry Hinton

Charles Nicholls, boarder, 21, engine cleaner railway, born Fordham


Charles William Pryor, 27, bootmaker, born Ely

Kathleen Mabel, 26, born Devon

Kathleen Winifred, 1, born Cambridge

In September 1920 Ethel M Crack of 150 Blinco Grove wrote to the Cambridge Daily News complaining that whereas the pavements of Hartington and Rock Road were covered with ‘decent’ sand, the pavements of Blinco Grove were covered with ‘all sorts of rubbish, such as glass and rough stones.”‘



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