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28 Marshall Road, Kimberly House

History of 28 Marshall Road


Frederick R Harding, 36, grocer’s assistant, born Cambridge

Emily, 37, born Hunts.

Walter D., 7, born Norwich

Elizabeth A. M., 5, born Norwich

Percy A., 4, born Norwich

Margaret E., 5 mos., born Cambridge

Harry E., 3, born Norfolk


Alfred John Holmes, 40, groom livery stable, born London

Mary Ann, 44, born Hinxton

Thomas Alfred, 11, born Dorset

Edward, 8, born Leytonstone

Mary Ann Billett, 57, born Hinxton

Thomas Alfred Holmes, born 1899, a boot repairer, became a rifleman in the 16th Bttn King’s Royal Rifle Company. In February 1918 he showed ‘slackness in parade.’ In July 1918, discovered being absent off Royal Engineers working party without permission for 2 hours, he was punished with 8 days Confined to Barracks.
William Barr, a sergeant with the CMGD (Canadian Machine Gun Depot?), married Dorothy Holmes of 28 Marshall Road on 17/7/18 at St John’s



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