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47 Blinco Grove (6 Ashover Terrace)

History of 47 Blinco Grove


William Wilson, 65, gardener not domestic, born Trumpington

Susan, 57, born Norfolk


Thomas Sydney Watson, 35, gardener, born Stansted

Maria Watson, 24, born Cambridge

Ada Watson, 11 months, born Cherry Hinton

Arthur Edward Johns, a jeweller,  joined the Labour Coy, Suffolk Reg. in 1916 aged 35.

His son, Leonard Maurice, born 1910, died in India on 23/8/1944 serving as a corporal with REME in the Royal Corps of Signals. He was buried at the Gauhati War Cemetery.



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