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74 (68) Hartington Grove, Hazeldene

History of 74 Hartington Grove


Josiah Riches, 54, carpenter and joiner, born Norfolk

Annie, 53, born Hants

Alfred Hay Lock Warren, 39, gardener, born Cottenham

Emma Anne, 42, born Cambs.

Alice Elizabeth, 15, assistant confectionery, born Cherry Hinton

Ernest Charley, 13, born Cherry Hinton

Winifred Emma, 4, born Cherry Hinton

1913 Hazeldene

Alfred Warren


Ernest Charles Warren was a lance corporal with the 10th Essex Regiment. In June 1916 did not attend parade and was confined to barracks for seven days. In September 1917 while on active service he was admonished for not complying with an order. He was discharged 4.6.19 as unfit with a fractured left femur caused by a gun shot and granted a weekly pension of 16s 6d.


Alfred Warren


Jesse Smith




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