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48 Marshall Road, 7 Heydon Terrace

History of 48 Marshall Road


Charles Mascall, gardener not domestic





Charles Mascall, 49, jobbing gardener, born Cambs.

Beatrice, 50, born Cambridge

Charles, 24, wash house man, born Cambridge

George, 17, tram conductor, born Cambridge

Charles Robert Mascall born 1899, a laundry hand, was mobilized with the Suffolk Regiment in February 1916 but discharged in July 1916. His record states “Not likely to become an efficient soldier.” He had a diseased bone of terminal phalanx non-attributable to his military service.
G Mascall enlisted 14/5/15 in the 2nd army.



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