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59 Marshall Road, Pitcombe

History of 59 Marshall Road


Charles Bowyer, 32, gardener not domestic, born Cherry Hinton

Ada M, 32, born Hunts

Evelyn, A, 8, born Middlesex

Violet M., 7, born Sussex

Elizabeth, 5, born Cambridge

Charles G., 3, born Cambridge

George E., 1, born Middlesex


William George Haynes, 48, police pensioner, born Cambs

Emily Jayne, 47, (11 children, 4 died), born Somerset

William George, 16, grocer’s assistant, born London

Albert, 12, born Middlesex

Rose Edith, 7, born Middlesex

William George Haynes, b. 1895, was a grocer’s assistant. He had joined the 1st Bttn Cambridgeshire Regiment in May 1911 and by August 1915 was a sergeant. He then joined officer cadet training in Oxford and was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in January 1917 in the 1st/4th Bttn Suffolk Regiment. He was killed 27/6/1917 at Boyelles.




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