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By Dormskirk - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

238 Hills Road, St Columb

History of 238 Hills Road

Fanny Gittus, head, 50, widow, independent, born Cambs.

Harold Arthur Gittus, 18, son, auctioneer and estate agent pupil, born Suffolk

Julia Isabel Potter, 20, servant, born Castle Camps

Harold Arthur Gittus served as a lieutenant in the Cambridge Regiment. His commission was announced in the London Gazette 22.7.1915. He was previously a private in the Suffolk Yeomanry.


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