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45 Blinco Grove (5 Ashover Terrace)

History of 45 Blinco Grove


John W Smith, 30, joiner (ecclesiastical), born Grantham

Edith, 27, born Leigh Essex

Hugh W, 2, born Herts

Ada Warren, sister in law, 20, dressmaker, born Herts


Charles Henry Underwood, 69, house painter, born Cambridge

Mary Ann Underwood, 71, born St Neots

Emma Leonora Micklethwait, volunteered for the Red Cross and worked as a cook at Holborn Military Hospital from 1916-17 and then at the Barnet War Hospital until 1918. In 1911 she had been living in Yorkshire with her mother running an apartment house.


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