(3 Rathmore Terrrace)
Lewis Anderson, 34, artist in stained glass, born London
Ellen M., 37, born Surrey
Margaret E., 9, born Kent
Edgar L., 6, born Cambridge
The family moved to Honore in Cherry Hinton Road. Edgar served in the Cambridgeshire Regiment and had a distinguished war record.
Victor William Sagon, 32, civil service Post Office Engineering Dept. clerk. born London
Louise Sagon, 29, born Somerset
Elsie Louise Sagon, 2, born Cherryhinton
Rebecca Harriett Sagon, 67, widow, born London
V W Sagon, sergeant 103140 32nd Div. Signal Coy. Royal Engineers. In 1915 he was living in Reading. He was awarded the Meritorius Service medal. He died 8th June 1917 after contracting spotted fever/cerebro spinal meningitis.
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