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41 Blinco Grove (3 Ashover Terrace)

History of 41 Blinco Grove


reported in Cambridge Independent Press that Private O Lowe was slightly wounded at Rensburg. This was a battle of the Second Boer War which took place on February 13th 1900. the month befroe he was reported wounded at  Colesberg.


Martha Webb, laundress,

Frederick Metcalfe, 57, commercial traveller, born Cambridge

Alice M Metcalfe, 50, dressmaker own account, born York


Martha Webb, 67, widow, laundress at home, born Cherry Hinton

Lily Jane Stubbings, niece, 27, single, laundry help, born Cherry Hinton

George Henry Jarvis, 562 M.T. Coy, Army Service Corps (Mech). Jarvis, a painter and decorator,  had applied in July 1918 for exemption from military service on the grounds of domestic hardship but was refused.


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