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64 Blinco Grove, Heydon Villa

History of 64 Blinco Grove


Thomas J R Jates, 27, railway goods clerk, born Hunts

Annie A, 31, born Hunts



reported in press that Miss Rachael Hymus aged 79 who lodged with Ernest Webb at Heydon Villa had died from a cold after a period in which she refused to see a doctor.


Ernest Webb, 34, blacksmith, born Cambridge

Florence, 35, born Cambridge

Ellen, 10, born Cambridge

Josephine, 7, born Cambridge

Tom Cecil Marriott, corporal in Labour Corps. A joiner and carpenter, he enlisted March 1916.

In July 1939 Mr F T Bowyer of this address came 2nd in the RSPCA animal photo competition. He won 10s.


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